I'm sick of relying on smelly, noisy, escaping crickets to feed my T's and reptiles, and I'm looking for alternatives. Dubia roaches and locusts are illegal
I recently acquired four jerusalem crickets from bugsincyberspace. Has anyone bred these or attempted to? If so, do you have a source of information
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Current collection: 1 boa constrictor, 3 corn snakes, 4 ball pythons,
I was on the phone with my local store about some vagans slings and they mentioned that I should take the 3" L. parahybana they have too. I've seen
I read somewhere that feeding a tarantula fruit flies too often can cause molting issues due to amino acids or lack of. Is there any truth at all to this
I've got a few years' experience keeping T's, especially Brachy's, yet I recently lost a smithii that I'd had for over a year, she was about 2.5 inches.
maybe its just a different color morph
I just wanted to clarify, typing mandatory in bold gives off the impression that to raise this species successfully you have to have a waterbowl or it
Well all 3 have eaten tonight, at least the crickets all seem to have disappeared. I gave the 2 K. brunnipes the tiniest crickets I could find in the
Bahahaha omg i just did that this morning... help buddy rehouse P. Muticus.. after we rehoused it to a little bigger enclosure (large fem) we started
Just to add my two cents, mating should not be too difficult (besides preventing cannibalism) but egg-laying will be. If you decide to try to breed them,