There's just no more room... Sigh...
But damn proud of my collection!
Thanks to everyone that's helped me along the way! You all know who
Ever since I got back from my research trip to the Peruvian cloud forests, I've became interested in centipedes. On two occasions while out looking for
Found in Michigan. About 3/4 cm in length. Can anyone narrow down to genus?
EDIT: IF I AM CORRECT,
Hey all, I'm planning on making an order soon and someone I buy from regularly has Theraphosinae sp. Honduras available - I'm eager and willing to buy
I'm tempted to add one of these to an order I'm planning on making soon, but there's not much out there on these guys. The only solid info I've been able
A mixture of sand and clay is best. Mixed, tamped then saturated, then allowed to dry a bit.
A bit of moisture is okay, so long as the
Right now, as a college student at a space-conscious Insect Zoo, I have not been able to splurge on naturalistic enclosures for my roaches. The scorpions
While it may be the fact that my monitor is dimmed, your O.sp Blue has a darker abdomen than mine does, my female has more of a milk chocolate color to
Here is my little S. polymorpha, blue morph.
Probably Nabis Rugosus. One of the beneficial predators getting the wholesale insecticide spraying shaft. I recall reading an article where they were
While I'd normally agree if it were adults, these are pedelings, and I put it in this perspective. Shy pedelings in the wild that don't feed are just