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Centipare family

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The centipare family is a family of species that appears in Hey! Pikmin only. So far, this family is made of only one species, the Centipare. Members belong to the chilopoda genus.

Interestingly, this creature, which is probably the younger version of the Adult Centipare, is classified in a different family from its adult version. This is likely a mistake.

Members[edit]

Centipare[edit]

A Centipare in the Creature Log. Enhanced with Citra.
Main article: Centipare.

Scientific name: Chilopoda sakuranii

Centipares are creatures that appear in Hey! Pikmin only. They are long, thin and harmless creatures, colored in a pink-violet hue. They only fly up and down, and can be mounted by Olimar and his Pikmin in order to keep going in an area.

Names in other languages[edit]

To do: Add definitions for names in other languages.
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Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese ムカデトンボ科?
Mukade tonbo ka
Centipede dragonfly family
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Duizendjuffers Wordplay of Duizendpotigen (Thousandpots; myriapoda) and juffers (damselfly)
Flag of France French scolonates Wordplay of Scolopendre (the french name for a species of centipede) and odonates
Flag of Germany German Tausendflügler Wordplay of Tausendfüßler (Thousandpots; myriapoda) and Flügel (wing)
Flag of Italy Italian Centopiellule
Flag of South Korea Korean 지네잠자리 과
Flag of Spain Spanish Centiélulas

Trivia[edit]

  • The centipare and centifly families are considered the same in the Japanese, Dutch, German, Korean and Spanish versions.

See also[edit]