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
I see my H. mac slings quite often really. They poke out and go for walks. And I've provided them with large hides that they webbed up good. Now granted
Lol at the time i was staying with my parents and my T was hidden in my closet for 4 months before they actually discovered i had it :P
I also have a G. Pulchripes, when I moved into my new flat (in april) it hadnt molted for about 4 months and took a extra 3 months before it molted again.
I just think they're cool.
I wanted one as a kid/teenager. Now I have one.
Changed my life for
I have 21 been in the hobby for about 2 years before i started getting more. I had/have a G. pulchripes for about 2 years before I get my 2nd T. Then