So, yeah, I have a G. rosea that I've had for maybe six or seven years and she's molted twice since I had her: once within a few months of getting her
In case any of you wanted to see what it looked like, I decided to film one of my Ts flipping.
Here you go: http://youtu.be/oAZHy3cEU9U
As I'm now pretty darn sure that I have a male g. pulchripes (molt picture is posted in the sexing gallery if you want to confirm or deny) I'm considering
Hello guys , my chaco gold knee 2" has been in premolt since Nov 20 now its still not molting but my N.chroma ,C.Fasciatum , and vagans molted already...
How long do slings not eat before a molt i have a (lasiadora parahybana), last 2 times she molted she quit eating and like 2 days later she molted. Its
Great pics man, I'm so happy to see these spread around now
Forget everything I said btw, I misread, I thought you were talking about A.vericolor not A.metallica =P
Beautiful pictures here... Loving the rarities! Tried searching to see if you sell t's on here but couldn't find anything. Do you only deal with whole
It can be risky, you should be sure you know the person you are lending to first to make sure they have experience. However in the long run I believe
Mine has been on a 4 year schedule since I got her 14 years ago. There was someone here that posted a while back that had one on a 6 year molting schedule.
Watched my lil versi molt 12/18 so tiny so pretty cant wait till its older tho.