Lots of Ground Beetle larvae in the flower beds and found a couple of (what look to be) White-legged Snake Millipedes under some plant pots on the decking. Digging in the raised beds disturbed a number of fast moving centipedes which looked to be of at least two different species - I managed to catch one of each for a closer look. Similar in colour but the first was approx 20-25 mm long with 21 pairs of legs, possibly one of the Cryptop species, whilst the other was 65-70mm long with 80 pairs of legs - not sure but, from the length and legs, this could be Stigmatogaster subterranea.
|Ground Beetle larva|
|White-legged Snake Millipede?|
|Cryptops sp ?|
|Stigmatogaster subterranea ?|