So, yeah, I have a G. rosea that I've had for maybe six or seven years and she's molted twice since I had her: once within a few months of getting her
In case any of you wanted to see what it looked like, I decided to film one of my Ts flipping.
Here you go: http://youtu.be/oAZHy3cEU9U
As I'm now pretty darn sure that I have a male g. pulchripes (molt picture is posted in the sexing gallery if you want to confirm or deny) I'm considering
Hello guys , my chaco gold knee 2" has been in premolt since Nov 20 now its still not molting but my N.chroma ,C.Fasciatum , and vagans molted already...
How long do slings not eat before a molt i have a (lasiadora parahybana), last 2 times she molted she quit eating and like 2 days later she molted. Its
I just purchased two P. humanavillasumica slings (@1.5") for $55 and plan to get a couple more after Christmas. I was honestly expecting to pay more,
Yup, I had hair-free knuckles for quite a while. My soldering iron was definitely $9 well spent.
Is the abdomen dark and plump? I had two .5" slings that went from mid-November to early April (Winter) without eating. They weren't in premolt,
Female B. emilia just finished molting.
I don't know any German, I'm using Google Translate. These books are loaded with info, especially the first one.
Pulchripes slings can get 3"+ in a year. I have ones that I got a year and a half ago at 3-4", that just matured in males. Their growth rate