Apparently he has his mind made up that this is the new poop corner.
One thing I've learned in this hobby is never to assume...that a "docile" t will always be docile. Today I did some feeding, watering and housekeeping,
Does anyone know how this ruins enclosure was made? I found this picture online, I'd love to make something like it.
It is a bit early, but i really dont care, so in the hobby, where do you see yourselves heading?
It's amazing how different three sibling slings can be. My three 1/2" to 3/4" pulchra slings have quite different behaviors.
I've yet to keep an H.mac but my P.irminia ladies are a joy to keep! Beautiful, yet require quite some respect with their usually defensive behavior.
Ok, that's not the way I read it. I didn't know you weren't a fan.
Yes, gigas is a good one to start with, maybe then Taps will grow on you.
Less new worlds, more old worlds.
My list starts off with loaning out a mm and getting some slings then it will plateau for a while while I get ready to get more cool things like hopefully
Can't go wrong with these. Fun to raise, fun to keep. Despite their usually extremely docile nature, a great T for any collection in my opinion.
I used to be fluent in german but I think I recall enough to be able to read these books. Google translate is generally accurate with everyday things