Ever since I got my 1/4" sling Cyriocosmus bertae on Saturday, and I rehoused it into a container about 3" across and
I noticed a little bleed from one of the front legs. Its not big, but I see there is a little bubble. Is this dangerous, and is there any thing I should
Went out a few days ago to one of my favorite spots. It helps clear your head as well.
Habitat(photo was dark so i had to edit it.)
She has had great communication with us during our transaction, which made everything so much easier.
I tried to search for the answer, but got a million results. I read through a dozen or so before I lost patience and just decided
I was brought up to keep snakes and other herps. The fascination with inverts was all my own, I used to catch and keep all kinds of critters when I was
Maybe, but if not she will grow a new one if she casts off her palp. A lost palp is not very detrimental, I've had a 5 legged sling before and it was
it won't bleed to death from the palp. not worth stressing the T further trying to help it. let nature and the T take care of itself. it's only worth
the thing is, my albo just molted a month or two ago and started doing this after. and she's ~5" so it's not like she's gonna be molting again any
Sorry for the newb question, but is there a chance that the wound will heal, and she will keep the palp?
Ya, approximately 145 to 200 F kills all the invertebrates (and their eggs) but does not destroy the beneficial bacteria and fungi.