How do millipedes communicate?
Millipedes communicate by releasing hormones and pheromones. These pheromones can signal that a millipede is ready to mate for example.
Birds are not millipedes. Fish are not millipedes. Donkeys are not millipedes. Humans are not millipedes. Trees are not millipedes. Cars are not millipedes. Cities are not millipedes. Ideas are not millipedes. Is that enough non examples of millipedes? If not, how about this? Millipedes are examples of millipedes. Everything else (i.e., anything that is not a millipede) is a non-example of a millipede.
No Millipedes are herbivores.
yes millipedes shed
Yes, millipedes are detritivores.
No. Millipedes have a exoskeleton though
centipedes are millipedes are not
Millipedes reproduce sexually.
Millipedes are heterotrophs .
It's a disestablishment of millipedes
millipedes don't have antenna
No. Millipedes do not have babies, they lay eggs.
Millipedes are found through out the world.
Millipedes are arthropods and not mammals nor are they insects.
How do I get rid of millipedes? They have taken over my house
NO! Millipedes are not dangerous. They are small but have many legs. Centipedes are dangerous, so don't freak out over millipedes. I should know cause millipedes are always in my house so I researched them.
Millipedes do not have babies, they lay eggs. Female millipedes can lay up to 1,000 sticky eggs at one time.
Yes. Millipedes can be found in the United States.
millipedes live in any country in the world
Yes snakes do eat millipedes, especially vipers. They love to feast on millipedes as they are comprehensively further up in the food chain. Also, vipers specifically enjoy feasting on Mitch's Millipedes...
yes they will live
Millipedes have 25 or more body segments.
No. Millipedes are their own class of arthropods, like insects and centipedes.
Centipedes Dont eat Millipedes. They will just kill them.
Millipedes do not have teeth. They do have a pair of mandibles that allows them to chew their food.
millipedes lay their eggs underground where it's warm.
Millipedes are part of the phylum arthropoda, the sub phylum Myriapoda, and the class Diploda. Millipedes range from 2 to 280 millimeters (0.079 to 11 in) in length, and can have as few as eleven, to over a hundred segments. They are generally black or brown in color although there are a few brightly colored species. Millipedes diet consist of decomposing plant material, some are omnivores and eat small insects. The Millipedes have many body… Read More
Centipedes and millipedes are not classified as worms because they have legs.
myriapodophobia -> fear of millipedes Chilopodophobia -> fear of centipedes
If millipedes are bought in a pet store they can cost $2-$4 each, if not more. (Price depends on species). If Millipedes are found in nature, they are free.
Millipedes have simple eyes. They possess a group of flat optical structures on both sides of their head even though mist Millipedes are blind.
Millipedes eat dead food because it has a lot of nutrients in it.
Along with centipedes, the millipedes belong to the Myriapoda subphylum of Arthropoda.
I haven't kept millipedes myself but I have seen them with beetles of all kinds most of the beetles were either very fast or at least a third of the millipedes size millipedes should be with insects and only insects or lizards smaller them them I think beetles or lizards :D
Millipedes first appeared on land during the Siluvian geologic period.
centipedes- 700-950 legs millipedes- 350,000-700,000 legs
Well, a lot of millipedes eat decaying plant materials, so basically they are herbivores.
Centipedes have one pair of legs to each segment. Millipedes have two.
Millipedes do NOT have a back-bone. They have a soft body, supported by an external 'skeleton' of hard 'plates' and segments.
millipedes have short life spans they only live approximaly 1 to 10 years.
Millipedes use their powerful jaws to eat only plant matter, including decaying leaves.
Millipedes have two pairs of legs per body segment.
Some examples of Centipedes and Millipedes are the Feather tail centipede, Blue ring centipede, Stone centipede, and the Earth centipede. As for Millipedes there are the Pill millipede, Bristly millipede, and the Spotted millipede.
Centipedes have 100 segments,Millipedes have 80 segments.Centipedes have one pair of legs,Millipedes have many legs.Centipedes inject venom to kill their prey,Millipedes eat decaying leaves.
Millipedes actually do NOT have over 1000 legs (milli = thousand). The word comes from Latin roots mille ("thousand") and pes ("foot"). Millipedes just appear to have a 'thousand' legs. Common millipedes only have 36 to 400 legs. A rare variety has up to 700 legs.
yes they can
With its legs!
No, they are not worms.
Pill Millipedes eat their food off the forest floor during autumn. They eat decayed leaves.
millipedes have short life spans they only live approximaly 1 to 10 years i thinnk??
There are two types of millipedes. One is the Penicillata, sometimes called the bristly millipede. The other is the Chilognatha.