Haven't been around here much recently to know if this has been posted yet, but I didn't see it on my (admittedly brief) search. Enjoy!
Ironically, I just posted a general topic about never seeing my C. andersoni anymore. This morning, I found him curled up in the corner of his enclosure,
i got a Hierodula membranacea from Kevin at Serpentarium surplus and moonlight mantids. and i wanted to post a review for this guy and his business.
lets say you put a B. smithi (female) and an A. geniculata (male) together in the same enclosure for breeding purposes. with hopes to have them breed
Recently my P. regalis molted and is right around 2 1/2''. After the molt I changed his enclosure seeing as the old one had gotten
Good for you. I have 3 regalis, a subfusca HL, and a rufilata. Looking to pick up a Formosa, a Miranda, and an ornata next month.
I know... I know... But yes the race cars are for fun and the Ts are to help me be calm, I also have a few bonsai plants. I lose track of time watching
I agree cold blood.
I don't panic over a little mold, and who knows how much it really affects the T. I say this because I've seen some really moldy
Wow, I clicked expecting some frustratingly incorrect monstrosity of an article but was very pleasantly surprised. They did a good job...methinks that
You actually hit the nail on the head - it looked exactly like a stress pose. He hasn't been in a curl ever since I put him in the ICU... in fact, he
If you think t's are causing money issues, you're delusional...a race car hobby is VASTLY more expensive than the t hobby...stop racing and you could