My local store has a bunch of cavimanus for sale and the guy told me they are like a slightly more aggressive emperor. Is this true? Any tips or experiences
Okay, so this may sound weird or stupid to some people, but whatever
I love how expressive Jumping Spiders seem to be. I feel
Hi, Frank Indiviglio here. Iím a herpetologist, zoologist, and book author, recently retired from a career spent at several zoos, aquariums, and museums,
Only kind of info i could find. Ive looked everywhere
So keep them semi dry, around 70-75 degrees if not cooler, and keep them like semi
I know that I have not really kept scorpions in the past, but I have always admired them, especially stunners like Isometrus
^^^ I was thinking also it molted pretty recently. It does look like it's a ncf/porteri
EDIT: It also seems as though the OP may have a ncf
[QUOTE=Biollantefan54;2340120]The G. rosea NCF is G. porteri now, G. rosea RCF is G. rosea.[QUOTE]
Its a G. porteri...looks to be freshly
Knew was no way it was that colorfull at .5" ... then again i got a boehmei who had red legs at 1/2 (didnt see much at 1/4 cuz oremolt and hiding)
Not even Nostradamus himself could predict when that molt will come....could be tomorrow, could be a year from now.
I bought a G. porteri that was in heavy premolt, I wanted to see it molt......I bought it about a month ago now, it is still in heavy premolt lol. I am
No, you typed everything fine, I just have an occasional slow moment lol.