I notice that one of my Ethmostigmus trigonopodus,a female I think (because of the lenght of the terminal legs) is very fat.I have
Good morning, board folks...
I was in my LPS picking up some crickets for The Luggage and they had a very sad looking spider that I had to
Hi everyone, I was given my second T a B. Vagans for my birthday from a friend of mine. 4inches. And the first week I had the T everything was fine, I
I bought my B.emilia in september it's a 0.5 inch body length but he/she has eaten just once since then(second day after i got him/her).
So I traded a few slings recently for a supposedly mature male A. geniculata. In the picture sent to me, I was looking to see it was a geniculata, and
I agree, but I study to become entomologist,so I think I'll specialize myself into the Myriapods..so incredible animals!
So Ive heard crickets are fine at room temperature.Mine and superworms are fine at my 74 degree bedroom they survive for MONTHS in that.But have you
So I would reccomend "the scoop" its where you gently but quickly scoop them out with a cup and put them in there new home.Simply!
Check the inside of their jumping legs and use bright light. It could be mites. They just destroy crickets and they die the same way - on their back.
Peter has the best variety of things and he doesn't really specialize in any groups (though he really likes beetles). Everything on your list you can
That's so cool! Congrats on a great find!