Heres my big mama Uroplectes pilosus with her 3rd brood looks like another 20+ brood from her
Here are a few of my specimens from my collection.
The first picture is my new H. pulchripes in it's new home. Thanks Jhud! This little
Yes I still want nicer shelves in the future but I'm pretty stoked on how their room looks!
I was wondering Pedes seem to be very strong for there size,. Are they the strongest of inverts? Ts are strong but less armored. Scorps built like tanks
The domestic house cricket.
Able to survive outside in warm weather. Good ability finding hiding places and spreading to locations far
T.gigas molted, I think I can officially call her a sub-adult now, she is getting rather big.
My Chilobrachys fimbriatus molted today.
Do you still have plans for a necropsy?
I have no experience, competense or tools to make me think going surgical is an option here. So If it doesn't pull through on its own it's gonna die.
Sounds like your only option for possibly keeping boris alive is to intervene...
Their main diet is cat/dog food supplemented with fruits, so yes, they got lots of protein.