...maybe some day
Want to buy the following inmature (pren) males:
I have a C.fasciatum couple that had previously expressed interest in each other. On their first introduction the female actually initiated courting.
I'll be receiving some slings from a breeding project soon and I'm not sure how to go about handling all of them. I don't know how many just yet, but
Found it in my backyard i live in los angeles/southern california
There's no reason to keep mature males & females together for an extended time. At some point that's going to be a death sentence for the male.
She is not in premolt. She molted recently. I only pair females who have molted recently.
Hey im not experienced at alll... just wana ask does they female accept food currently? Maybe thats a way to confirm the pre-molt theory? Sorry if its
Poec thats sound like damn good advice to me... gona start with my poecies... got a nice ornata male and a young regalis female. Will be seatlrching for
Ahw thnx for all the welcomes guys!! And thats awsome bsceidt1020... I think it makes the hobby just that much nicer if you have some crazy people to
Hmm. I think you might be right. He's a bit on the big side, everything I'm seeing says 10-12mm for T. helluo males, 16-18 for T. aspersa males, which