House centipedes have a wormlike body, long slender antennae, and 15 pairs of legs. The body is grayish-yellow, is marked with three longitudinal dark stripes, and the legs are encircled with alternating dark and white bands. They can range in length from 3” to 4” ...

Millipedes (Class: Diplopoda) can come in a variety of shapes and sizes, but all follow a basic segmented body plan of a head and an elongated and cylindrical trunk. The trunk is divided into many small consecutive segments, each with two pairs of legs. This ...

There are over 1,500 described species of stone centipedes that occur worldwide. All species are elongated, flattened arthropods with the adults possessing 15 pairs of legs and 18 body segments. They can range in length from 1” to 6” and can run very rapidly. While ...