Three types of heat source. Conduction, convection and radiation.
-Radiation as heat lamps. Transmits energy, normally infrared, through
I have 1 sub adult B. albopilosum, 3 slings at least 1/2 inch each, and 2 H. spinifer scorplings. Aside from roaches, this as as big as my invert collection
I feed dubia right now 98% sometimes crickets also. I fed a lot of super worms before roach colony got large.
Greetings, everyone. I am new to the forums so this is like a general introduction thread, as well. I have recently started getting a strong interest
I live in the DFW (dallas-ft worth) area and just wondering if there are any breeders around the area! I only know of the one store "dfw reptarium"
But that's soo haaaard!!
Of course, that's because I have a Euathlus sp. "Red", notorius slow growers.
Molted 30 days after I got
So you're at it again huh?
No, Bob, that's strictly reserved for OBT's.
What are your guys views on cocoa fibers
I used them to heat reptiles, found them to be not so great in quality. I found several "hot areas" even when hooked to a helix, I finally
really?wish mine had that deal, in ohio.