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"We just killed the second red-headed Giant Desert Centipede at our home north of Dallas near Lake Lewisville, TX. It was in the garage and was "only" about 6" (and very fast). The first was a couple of years ago and dropped from somewhere above the t.v. in the living room. It was nearly 9" long with a very thick body. These guys are intimidating! (We trapped the latest one under a bucket and hit it with wasp spray and that did the trick. The first one my dad caught with tongs and put in a jar so my son could take it to his Outdoor Life teacher.)"
"Tamra"

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