Tonight I bred my female albiceps. It was a successful pairing, and the female was very aggressive towards the male. He slowly approach without her tapping
Female is a lot bigger and seems to be in a bad mood, very well fed too.
I am trying to breed a MM with bigger LS prob 6" with my female who
With the exception of succulents, I'm pretty much a plant newbie. I have very little knowledge on the topic of bonsai, but I'd love to learn about it.
I've had three Ivories since August and last month one of them died. They were active, eating; the first sign was that she was laying out straight on
I'm looking for a new lizard. My requirements are as follows:
-tolerates handling, or at least easy to train for it
-under 90 degrees Fahrenheit
The first one died pre-heater.
I've never tried non-oak leaves, but I would think that any hardwood would be alright.
My next guess is the heating pad, I think the book
I would hate to think that! I didn't gather from anywhere I was even remotely unsure about and the pothos is one I had for months before I got the pedes.
Are you giving them true oak leaves, and rotting oak bark in addition to the substrate?
the leaves should be dead and dry. Millipedes
hah just a little ways off from balfouri lmao
CEC v Advan!
So in referencing Avicularia diversipes, Avicularia sooretama sp. nov. and Avicularia gamba sp. nov. they wrote the below: