I have a 2 inch P Metallica, has tried to eat in the last 3 weeks but every time it goes to eat it seems like it never really starts, it leaves it's killed
Hi, Frank Indiviglio here. Iím a herpetologist, zoologist, and book author, recently retired from a career spent at several zoos, aquariums, and museums,
Haven't been around here much recently to know if this has been posted yet, but I didn't see it on my (admittedly brief) search. Enjoy!
Ironically, I just posted a general topic about never seeing my C. andersoni anymore. This morning, I found him curled up in the corner of his enclosure,
I bought a pair in the spring, both under 1/2". One ate well and as of last week was over 1", unfortunately it died on me...sooo sad....which
I just ordered a sling....but I also have a L. parahybana, an Euathuls sp red, and an emilia that are still about 3/8" after 4 months. I have patience.
Just sounds like pre-molt to me...all of my psalmos (which act a lot like pokies) and my P. vitatta will still hunt when in pre-molt, but will often just
Putting it in an ICU won't do anything. All you can do is leave it alone.
With colder temps and winter not too far off I may have to keep them for at least 4-5 months since they can't be shipped when cold.
Normally 107F (42C) with humidity levels hitting 85% giving a realfeel temp of about 120 to say the least. His enclosure was away from any windows as