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Captive Bred Burmese Beauty Millipedes (Spirostreptus sp.)

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Their vivid orange and green colouration make the Burmese Beauty one of the more attractive millipede species.

Contrary to the name, this species originate from Tanzania in Africa.

They are an active species, especially in the evenings, and require plenty of climbing surfaces.

They have relatively easy care requirements and as such make an ideal choice for both beginners and advanced keepers alike.

I have unsexed, sub-adults (8-12cm) available.


Seasonal Sale

1 x Sub-adult: £3.50
5 x Sub-adult: £15


P&P: £9 (next day delivery)


Please note:

Orders or enquiries must be via PM.


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Please remember to research any animal before you buy.
This is best for the animal and ultimately best for you too as you will avoid unwelcome surprises!

If you have any questions please feel free to ask.

Thanks for looking!
 

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Hi, yes they are entirely safe to handle. That was a statement that applies to 'any animal' you're considering buying. If applied to millipedes then if you're not adequately prepared you may place a heat mat underneath the container or tank then wonder a week later why it died. That would be an 'unwelcome surprise'. If you are properly prepared and have done loads of research then you shouldn't encounter any issues.
 
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