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
What do you do? Is it better for the spider to be in a bigger space when molting is over or is it too stressful to the spider to be re-housed while in
So I bought two females for my male. Immediately he tried to start courting them, but they wanted none of it. It got a little crazy a few times, but it
Would D Hydei or 1/4 or 1/8 or 1/2 cricket work for Instar 2-4 mantids? Please answer as one of them molted. I will post pictures at the end of May.
Looks that way to me too, Blue.
May i recommend "Head and Abdomen" shampoo? Helps rid T's of dry, flaky scalp and gives them luxurious
I've had bald spots on my G. pulchripes look like that and he's always been fine.
You could be right, I was just going to suggest that maybe the cricket got off a good kick and startled her...
She does look a little flattened out, but if she's not 'bleeding' (white fluid) and you don't see any ruptures or anything she'll probably be fine. Just
Far more often than not, they do this to clean their fangs and feet/pedipalps. Just part of their grooming regiment. They also usually suck the liquid
Definately vaejovis, I think it could be vaejovis confusus but i am not exactly sure. I have been trying to ID some vaejovis species i caught in saint