Upstate ny cocoon found. Any idea what this is?
Hadogenes troglodytes...AKA Pancake
I was thinking (surprise surprise) that it would be handy to have a thread of trees and tree material that should be used with caution if used at all
From reading my other post on feeding my Ts, and their growth rate, I would like to spark a discussion on exactly what happens prior to a T going into
Hello, Im new to scorps and have had a desert hairy for 4 months, it is a sub adult, stop eating and very active with its legs and feet. Any ideas what
Last week I received a package from Cassey K. I ordered 5 P. bara and all Ts arrived safe and sound + I got a nice bonus. I was very pleased with the
She used to eat every few days until I gave her some doobie roaches back in January....eaten nothing since lol
Guess who just moved to the desert? Sadly I haven't even had a chance to go hunting yet. If any of you guys manage to come up here for hunting, let me
That's not a cocoon. I'm not sure what it is, but it's not a cocoon. Try posting on bugguide.net. There are people on there that have knowledge of insects
I mean... If you have so many OBTs what's the point of making a new thread when you get one? I'm glad you're excited tho lol
I think it's a leafcutter bee nest.