The largest and best selection of pet millipedes.

Mini Mushroom Glow leaflitter leaf litter millipede isopod substrate bag
Glow MushroomLeaf Bag

1 inch tall resin mushrooms that both glow in the dark and fluoresce under UV light.

A sandwich bag of dried, brown leaves. Millipedes, isopods and other leaf feeding arthropods love these.




Orthoporus ornatus desert millipede gold Millipede Pet buy American live
Orthoporus ornatus goldAmerican Millipede Medley

The yellow banded gold form of this large US desert millipede.

New hobbyist? Get 3 species of US millipedes at a discounted group rate.




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Complete Millipede Habitat KitsFlorida Ivory Millipede

Complete kit with container, correct substrate and a hide (half log). Millipedes sold separately.

Chicobolus spinigerus. A very surface active and hardy species. (back next week)




pet millipede substrate Anadenobolus monilicornis Bumblebee Millipede
Millipede SubstrateBumblebee Millipede

Five different substrate options tailored to match the needs of your pet millipede. Free Shipping.

Anadenobolus monilicornis. Black and yellow striped millipede. (back next week)




Euryurus leachii leach's train colored millipede live pet for sale Thai Rainbow live pet millipede photo
Train millipedeThai Rainbow Millipede

Colorful flat millipedes the fluoresce under UV light. (click to see video)

Hardy, very popular millipedes. Immatures at around 1 to 2 inches.




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Narceus americanusSmoky Oak Millipedes

Narceus americanus is the most familiar native large US millipede species.

Narceus gordanus--the bulkiest US species.




Trigoniulus corallinus Scarlet Millipede Orthoporus ornatus desert millipede
Scarlet MillipedeSonoran Desert Millipedes

Trigoniulus corallinus Scarlet Millipede

Orthoporus ornatus Sonoran Desert millipedes measuring at about 4 inches.




Chicobolus spinigerus Ebony Ivory Millipede
Ebony Ivory Millipedes

The darker form of Chicobolus spinigerus.