Hello, well it's been a long time since I've been on here. So, I'm looking for a little advice.
I currently have 3 happy, healthy, and
I found a female mantis, with wings. Problem is, i cant identify it. Also, the male i had died due to complications. Can you identify what it is? it is
I was wondering at what size this species is fully mature
Hello, I've been reading about scorpions for a while now and decided to purchase a WC adult Pandinus imperator (I think it's spelt correctly) and was
I ordered these species online and they will be comeing this next week and I can't find any care sheets when I Google the name or when I look on here.
Just do it tomorrow. Prepare the new enclosure. Have a catch.cup ready. Go to an open space. Move the vial to the new enclosure and gently prod it
i have also read conflicting information. tho i dont keep them. i know a local keeper who has a few s.cal his are all 3 puppy dogs quick to run and hide.
I don't like being one that says do this or don't do that, but since you asked...out of the list you provided, my favourite would be the Acanthoscurria
Austin the one you asking about from the first pictures is a sp peru purple. Now about the original sp amazonica ( old name ) sp. Amazonica mananus (
As mentioned, just putting the vial in the container and letting the sling come out by itself is a good way to start out. You will quickly note how anticlimactic
P imperator may survive at those temps but may not thrive. NA species may do better at those temps. Appropriate sized heat mat on the side of the tank