After examining my male euathulus sp red I noticed a white crust around his vent. I will check elsewhere for answers but I'm hoping the fine people here
Her name was Betty Lou. She was an English mastiff we adopted 4.5 years ago when she was between 3-4 years old (the previous owners couldn't figure a
ID Please ?
I went to remove a bolus from my 2" A. genic's enclosure today and BAM!! The second I touched the substrate it was across the enclosure and almost
Got my hair re-dyed today and realized at the end of the appointment that I had completely unconsciously gotten hair like that will match The Luggage
Grey tree frog. Just in case you were curious about the species. The genus should be Hyla, but I'm not too sure about the species.
How small do they stay? I'm not so much hating on small millipedes as interested in them,
They do stay pretty small. Seems like most people want the bigger millipedes, but these guys make up for the lack of size with a unique look and cool
I've had my Stirmi in the same tank for a year now, with changing the sub once and haven't had any problems with mold. They like damp substrate, and high
Do those stay very small? I was checking them out the other day, I am lookign to try millipedes out, i currently keep T's and Scorpions and roaches
Haha, I had a brain fart. It was late. So sue me.
Thanks for the extra info, Poec.