Nymph Development. The hatching nymphs look like miniature adults, except they have only four pairs of legs. The mother centipede stays with her babies, protecting them during their first two weeks of life.
Where do baby centipedes live?
Typical indoor centipedes reproductive cycle produces up to 35 eggs. Other species of centipedes give birth to living young. Centipedes lay their eggs in the hollows of rotting logs or in the soil. Most females will tend to their eggs and hatchlings, curling their bodies around their brood for protection.