Noticed something different about my T's behaviour.
Again could be completely normal and I am just a novice being
I checked my female davibowie with an egg sac last night a little past 12am to see 2-3 babies crawling out. Snapped a couple shots before it became a
Mine is really skittish (Heterophrynus batesii, if it matters), and I can't get it to go on my hand, no matter what I try. Is this just a personality
My g. rosea has been acting a bit different lately since its been warmed in the NY area(yes, I know rosies are prone to random,
What is this? This guy was perfect just a couple of months ago after his molt. Now his rump is flaking and looks like a scab. He's not in molt, as he
Could well be satisfied as she has been feeding very well since I have had her.
I was planning on doing my P cambri and C fimbriatus re-housings during pre-molt (preferably in the morning on a cool day too) lol
My G pulchripes sling got stuck once. I had a hide a little too wide for juvie enclosure, so I sorta of compression-forced fit it into enclosure anyway,
High speed such as a Dremel will typically melt acrylic containers. You want low speed using a drill. Single fluted drill
Bits made for acrylic
It sounds very much like premolt.
They're a slower growing species from what I've heard(I don't have one myself, if it's indeed the species
I'm equally comfortable when rehousing both premolt and postmolt Ts, but for some reason I prefer post molt rehousing. Its just better for the T, imo.