I've been reading about people using Aspen snake bedding instead of hardwood. Since I can't go out and collect the wood myself, I decided to try this
My girlfriend spotted these sweet containers at Dollar Tree. They come in packs of 10, and would be great for terrestrial spiderlings, scorplings, pedelings,
I haven't seen this elsewhere, so...
I noticed that, at least with my Avics, about a week before they molt they suddenly appear much larger.
I honestly had no idea where to post this, but here goes.
I've had this one for a while now, and it has molted twice in my care, the most
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I can copypasta about certain species should someone request it.
Those are nice. I thought about picking some up, but I only have two spiderlings, and have been doing fine with found containers.
Sometimes I almost believe that the plastic container manufacturers had spiders in mind.
Looks like its still alive its not moving around very good (dragging itself across the ground with its front legs)but I think thats the moulting three
I will most likely be using your method thank you!
Chlorine will dissipate from standing water but chloramine will not. Many municipalities treat their tap water with both, including mine. I use Prime
Love the hide, but....It seems to be a common theme, you don't have nearly enough substrate in there. Fill it at least halfway with sub, this a) provides