I breed millipedes, among other invertebrates. I was feeding my American giants when I spotted a couple babies They're about 3 mm long, or just abt 1/8 of an inch. When full grown they will be about 4 inches, or 10+ cm. They're Narceus americanus/annularis, or basically "Narceus americanus". The differences between the species are slight, if there are any, and they inhabit the same range. The majority of Narceus species in the east are simply known as "Narceus americanus", or American giant millipedes. You'll definitely have to click the images if you want to see any detail. I find it fascinating that the babies apparently don't have legs running their entire body length, as the adults do of all millipede species. This interesting bit is visible in the second photo. Twins? Super Cute One of the adults, though not necessarily one of the parents, eating cucumber.