Hi all! So I was watering my T. Stirmi's enclosure today and noticed tons of little white mites scurrying from the water. They are not springtails as
Hey guys, so I've bought Dubia's before and fed they're great.. And don't smell at all! But I've started to breed them etc... And inside the tub smells
I've got a well established dubia tank and want to add some cleaner bugs. Prefer the look of sow/isopods to beetles. What experiences have others had
Caught is south western TN.
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I got some Idiothele mira slings a couple months ago (which are growing quickly). They've been underground most of the time in silk tubes. As I was
Feeding them lemons will help with the odor
The OP is in Cincinnati....where there aren't any L. geometricus.
It is a Parasteatoda tepidariorum.
They do emit an odor if you pick them up sometimes but I have thousands of dubia in seperate colonies and none of them ever stink. Could the smell be
Why thank you.
Just bought some slings from James. He is an A+ seller. Excellent communication and packaging, and the animals were healthy and arrived in a timely manner.