1. Why do I have so many millipedes in my house?
Excess rain, drought, and cooler temperatures can make their outdoor habitats less favorable for them and you will often see millipedes in the house during these conditions.
2. Where do millipedes enter the house?
When they come to a home, millipedes gather on porches and patios. They climb the foundation of the home and they often find entryways such as: Basement doors and windows
3. What are millipedes a sign of?
If you’re seeing millipedes in your home, it means that the conditions outside have driven them in. This might be extended drought conditions that have made it too dry outside.
4. What is the lifespan of a millipede?
There’s no clear consensus of millipede lifespans in the wild, but those kept in captivity can live up to 10 years.
5. Do millipedes come back every year?
Millipede invasions have long been a problem for many homeowners. Although these invasions seem more likely to occur in the spring and after heavy rains, they have been reported in every month of the calendar year.