I got this sort of idea when I saw a picture of an A. gigas I think eating a freshly molted mature male roach although I can't remember who to credit
Hello everyone! I was just curious how others focus their collection efforts if at all. Personally I don't really have any criteria for my collection
I am selling Tigrosa Aspersa, the tiger wolf spider. I'm selling started 2i slings, these are not tiny guys, some are nearing 1/4in by my estimate. Their
I was taking pics of something so decided to take a quick pic of these, Scolopendra heros. An interesting thing is that they are siblings.
I was cleaning around on the mower today with an air-compressor. I started blowing leaves on the ground with it, thinking I might find a Trapdoor like
Yes, cantthinkofone this should be sticky, but don't expect the mods to react to these type of hints.....You would have more luck getting their attention
it's not a king,it's a Ptyas korros,indochinese ratsnake
If it isn't a swampy species I wouldn't worry too much about all the extra effort to restrict ventilation. A good cap of water and a longer than usual
That's definately the right way to go about it.
Here's an update: I am fairly certain that it is not a nematode infestation. I took my camera to my son's microscope and got a few good pics of the affected
@ shebeen, ya it's tough to find one with its original tail and there my favorite for sure we also have the small skinks with bright blue tails! As well