Scolopendra hardwickei, on rocks at Lonavla, Maharashtra, where as a child I often saw them in the forest. Once in our garden a 10" specimen rushed up, wrapped itself around my five year old sister's foot and drove its long curved fangs clean through the leather of her little girl's shoe. Five days in hospital and lucky it wasn't worse. We sometimes used broken up centipedes for fishing, but not this species. S. hardwickei still roams the western ghats, by all reports bad tempered as ever.