Ok so I opened up the package about noonish, and man.... It's very quick. It ran up my arm, and around to the other side of my shirt within seconds of
Do you keep isopods? If so, feel free to post here!
Some things to discuss:
I have put my H. incei into an enclosure that has relatively large vent holes in comparison to her size. I don't want and escape. I have heard that
I've had my two P. cambridgei for about a year now and their growth has been comparable to my GBB and Acanthoscurria species. It's been virtually impossible
My new Venezuelan Suntiger showed up today (about 1.5" legspan). I think I have a problem-- I suddenly seem to have 10 spiders. Maybe I should
I have a Coolpix L840, They are $200-$300, it arrived today, it will be my -first- real camera lol. Sad thing is, I am two states below my house so I
As of tomorrow, I will also have
Armadillidium maculatum (zebra pillbug)
Porcellio dilatatus (Giant Canyon Isopod)
Yeah U gotta have pretty big air holes for a adult T to escape....make sure lid is locked down too
Thanks everyone for the advice, just received this little guy today, and I'm looking to add more liphistus sp. in the future, possibly other trapdoor
What's the size of the T?
Remove the cotton ball - asap! It's a breeding ground for all kinds of nasty bacteria and chances are your T won't
Ive seen Poecs pairing multiple times. I had regalis on video once. They do quick insertions. Usually the females of this species are more than willing