So according to the Bennett book about Savs, a significant portion is composed of millipedes (almost half), and when I eventually get a Sav, I'm hoping to be able to breed at least a few millipedes for it (that and entomology has grown on me) my drawback is that most of them give off noxious or even harmful defense secretions, which can include hydrogen cyanide, benzoquinones, or hydrochloric acid. Obviously, I don't want to give something to my future sav that could harm it. At this point, I'm looking for species that are somewhat available in the trade, do not give off a harmful secretion, or at least nothing that would bother a Sav. Species they would normally prey upon would be a good start... If anyone has any enlightenment, it would be much appreciated. This is a bit of a whim for me, and a ways down the road - if nothing else, I can just have nix the millipedes as a food source, and keep them around as part of the collection (something I'm sure they would appreciate anyways) It isn't critical, more something of a project for me.