I need to rehouse my GBB, but I am worried about the substrate. I keep my substrate outside in my makeshift greenhouse. The greenhouse does a good job
So this is not an appeal to the T's most natural environment, but more an issue for display lighting.
I want to prominently display my T's
Finally had my first adult emerge. Its just beautiful. I received 5 small nymphs last fall. All these months of taking care of what always appeared to
Hi. My juvenile b smithi is all the time on the window of the tank, she rarely goes to the ground, the substrate is dry. Can you tell me some reasons
So it would appear that I'm going to get deeper into the mantis thing, so figured I'd start a thread of them rather than just posting the photos randomly
No one can tell if the dead bugs have been exposed to pesticides. I'd buy more substrate and keep the remainder sealed. IME, sitting unsealed substrate,
I imagine it shouldn't be an issue as long as the T has a good hide. I'd be interested in seeing your setups when you have them in place.
The last time I saw 1 was around 6 years ago that a friend of mine owned but I think at the time it was being sold as a Euathlus sp and as a responsible
She speaks of her Thrixomelma
That's how they are now, one window shutters open to give natural indirect light, and I only ever use a red LED flashlight for viewing.