Hi there, Hoping you can offer insight. I have read that centipedes are vegetarians and that it is the millipedes that are the carnivores, but I am witnessing lots of assaults on worms of all sizes (1 inch to 7 inches) by fat black centipedes. I am a huge fan of those worms so it's stressing me out to see them being attacked. How common is that here in the PNW? The bed that is the scene of these crimes (!) is a raised one with lots of strawberry plants and lettuce seedlings that keep disappearing. (Also being eaten by those black villains?) I am submitting to this group hoping to get your take on whether I should let those centipedes continue with their rampage (are they good for the soil?) or should I relocate them to the back alley? Thanks!