Hey, I have a 12x12x18 tank and have a centipede. I have searched to see if I could find information about this and I did...one thread. I read it and
HI everyone! It's been awhile since i've been on here. I have a small dilema. My AF N. coloratovillosus molted a couple weeks ago and her fangs got stuck.
I can't for the life of me figure out why my GBB juvie sticks to this strange webbing cycle:
- After every molt, as soon as it hardens
I'd like to get started in giant millipedes (just a few and a small setup on a budget) and I have my eye on a 2.5gal tank from Petsmart but the lid/"canopy"
I'm more curious than anything, yesterday I bought a g. Porteri because well he's pretty dope...I have no other reason lol. Anyways his spinneret`s are
If I'm not mistaken a main reason was higher oxygen content in the atmosphere. Imagine walking through the jungle with a 35+" Pamphobetus or Acanthoscurria
I agree with hobo you shouldn't worry to much about this deformity.
Your photos are fantastic, I especially love the "Borneo black" photos. I really envy your camera and interesting range of species! Please share
My smaller L.P. would always run into her half log when I opened up for maintenance. Then about a minute into whatever I was doing she'd poke just her
My Haplopelma vonwirthi molted and I was able to confirm FEMALE!! YAY! Pics will follow at some point. I don't want to disturb her burrow much more at
I read an article one time that posited the theory that everything used to be alot bigger than it is now. Plants were huge, Animals, insects, everything