- Scolopendra viridicornis was described in 1844 by Newport'a. This is a huge and extremely rare species from South America. Head and all tergites are black with yellow legs, occurs in some areas of Brazil,Guyana and Venezuela, this centipede is considered the second largest species of scolopendra in the world, with a length 28 cm. There is some discussion about whether this specimen would be a subspecies of Scolopendra gigantea since there are few taxonomic characters that differ
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