Milipedes (class diplopodes) are often confused with centipedes due to their many legs and long, blocking bodies.
Millipedes are mainly detritivores, feeding on decaying vegetation and debris. They play an important role in the formation of soil, because the erupt and rich in the soil along with the booth and breakdown of their organic matter.
Millipedes prefer to stay out in areas of high humidity continuously. This flower is common in the bedroom, below the pile of mulipides and rotting leaves, mulch, grass clippings or other organic materials surrounding the building. They keep their eggs in the soil or in the formation of decay of organic matter. Milpeped is also very common under the shed, or crawl spaces. Like Centiped, they are usually only active at night.