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    Yep millipedes 😳😷

    Have you just had rain?

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    My skin is crawling!

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    Yes, a little rain, Harvs. Nothing out of the ordinary though and I noticed them late last week but just today realised that they're in the grass as well.

    I know Mamasupial, I've been really queasy lately. These are icky but not as icky as the fekcin' pantry moths.
    I'm only just getting over that episode.
    If these are caterpillars I'm moving out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    Oh I really hope they're not caterpillars.
    It's going to get a lot more gross around here if they are.

    Stomach is doing flips looking this stuff up.

    I found a picture that looks like them, same size anyway although I didn't see the spots on the side.

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    Yep, looking at the pic I would definitely say millipedes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    Yes, a little rain, Harvs. Nothing out of the ordinary though and I noticed them late last week but just today realised that they're in the grass as well.

    I know Mamasupial, I've been really queasy lately. These are icky but not as icky as the fekcin' pantry moths.
    I'm only just getting over that episode.
    If these are caterpillars I'm moving out!
    We get heaps of them here and just sweep them all outside. Don't squish them though. It's stinky. So I hear.

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    They're tiny, would they stink that much?

    DD had two pinched between her fingers earlier.

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    We get millions here. They loooove light so leave lights off at night. They like mulchy areas so try to keep outside clear.

    They do actually irritate the skin so don't touch them with your hands. Not to mention the smell. Urgh. My dad had one trapped between his arm and chest during the night and it left a big sore.

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    EW!

    I'm wary of everything here after I got a stink from a dead caterpillar that was on the door of my car. So weird!


 

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