I own a P. murinus, G. rosea, and Euthalus sp. blue, and they get fed twice a month. as far as I'm aware, the rosie and blue beauty are mature females,
Suppose to be a genic, but my female genic wants nothing to do with him, and likewise he wants nothing to do with her. He's built several sperm webs,
It was while I was at work so the old exo was brittle by the time I got home, but I'm so proud. He's so much darker and fuzzier now. Good job, Alan!
Just curious at about what size do Singapore Blues have their mature molt? I would like to finally sex my Singapore blue but of course its nice and aggressive
Hey guys! So, I don't know if anyone else has noticed, but the Wikipedia entry for millipedes has been getting more and more fleshed out in the last year
Ummm, this is a 5 year old thread. The OP hasn't posted on the forum in over 4 years...
when ever somebody asks me that I say " I don't know I've never tried to eat one.
It's a nhandu lol pretty straightforward don't see what this thread gave you that 2 minutes on Google couldn't. When you ask for help with a species that
Thats 1000's not a 100.
nope sounds like your feeding schedule is just fine! only slings should be fed 3 times a week or so to increase growth but after they hit juvenile you
Do you think she will eat today if I try to feed her or should I wait a few days and let her get settled in?