I have a male G. Rosea thats 4 yrs old. He was just about to finish his usual fasting for months, and start molting again. I found him flipped over on
So I've been meaning to get pictures of this terrarium for some time now. I keep a couple Ts, not nearly as many as lots of keepers on this site but I
Checked on my Smithi later, after I caught her chewing on some air holes in her shoebox enclosure,,,, and she is on the ground of the cage with a large
At least we're in Brood II's area. I think these are just fascinating. :-)
Not very hot in the attractiveness category... More odd than anything... But they are HOT in the BURN YOUR SKIN category.
I flipped them
Those pics kinda redeemed A. laeta for me. Pretty neat.
I think the biggest problem the OP might encounter, should they follow all the advice here, is that they want their mother to get the T for them...seems
Was he mature?
Mature males do not typically survive post ultimate molts.
Even if it wasn't, that is a very long time to be molting,
I could probably set up a rain barrel but that would probably be a pain in the but, plus, I'm not sure how to filter etc... It's fine, one bottle a week
You might not be able to where you are, but I catch rain water and use that for everything; plants, aquarium, misting, and water for all the animal things.
My B albopilosum molted today and my P cancerides just flipped on his back!