What Invertebrates do people have?

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  1. Venomous_RBB

    Venomous_RBB Very Well-Known Member

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    Hello all, I love Invertebrates, they are awesome, unfortunatly I do not have any but would love to see Spiders, Scorps, Insects etc :)
    Cheers
     
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    I have

    1 x Uradocus Elongatus
    1 x Phlogius sp. "Rubisetta"
    1 x Selenotpus sp. "Gemfields"

    And I am soon to get a Phlogius Sp. "Goliath"

    I only have an old pic of my scorpion on my phone ATM

    But can get more pics later if you want [​IMG]


    Ben
     
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    Venomous_RBB Very Well-Known Member

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    Interesting looking Scorp, would love to see some pics of your Rubiseta :)

    I am hoping to get these guys:
    Black Presley, Rubiseta, Desert Scorp and Spiny Leaf Insect :)
    And maybe a trapdoor and a few others later :)
    Wont be able to have them here though, have to wait until I move out.
     
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    I tried getting some photos for you mate but they weren't interested in coming out sorry

    May I suggest going to the green scorpion for your T's they have cheap T's all year round .. They are almost three times cheaper than any pet store and they have care sheets to help you out

    Your also going to want to hit up the Australian Invertebrate Forum if you want to get serious about it they have everything you need with care sheets and how to create setups

    They can also help out with any question that u may have




    Ben
     
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    Venomous_RBB Very Well-Known Member

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    Yeah that is where I was going to get my inverts from(TGS), they have such a good variety. In my closest "invert" petshop they only have S.Stirlingi and Bird Eating Spider. What is the Rubisetta's temperament like?
    Cheers :)
     
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    1 northern Plumipes T, 1 Rubisetta T, 2 Gemfields T's and a vic mallee Wolf Spider.
     
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    Seeming as they are slings they can been really good mostly scared thou they normally hide when I open there enclosure

    I have handled the ruby before though...

    Even though they are small they are really fast


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    1xurodacus elongatus
    2x urodacus manicatus
    7x Squama bubs
    1xblack rock bub
     
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    Venomous_RBB Very Well-Known Member

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    Sounds great, I am not looking at handling them as I would probably do a course first to see how to handle/keep them properly before I purchase.
    Cheers :)

    Also would love to see some pics of anyone's Inverts :)
     
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    Some pics of my Wolf when I found her.
     

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    wow that second pic is a beauty.
     
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    i have Native tarantulas, centipedes and giant roaches .Love my spiders , here's some pics
     

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    Wow she is beautiful, I love wolf spiders, they are great :)

    Wow, those are some stunning looking spider's, may I ask what their different breeds/species are?
     
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    I ordered a Phlogius sp. Rubiseta from green scorpion
    Its going to be my first T.
     
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    Thats awesome, post some pics up when you get her/him :)
     
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    Wow, those are some stunning looking spider's, may I ask what their different breeds/species are?[/QUOTE]

    Sorry i forgot that they are as follows
    pic 1, undescribed genus and species labelled Rattlesnake Tarantula(rattler)
    2, Phlogius sarina
    3, Phlogius rubiseta
    4,Selenotholus emerald
    5, Selenotholus stirlingi
    6, Selenotholus kotzman
    7, Phlogius crassipes eunice
    8, Phlogius banded
    9, Phlogius strenuus
    10, Selenotypus tahnee
    11, Phlogius pseudo crassipes
    12, Phlogius strenuus
     
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    Venomous_RBB Very Well-Known Member

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    Thank you, I am still new to inverts so am still working out what the different species they are. Good looking T's though.
     
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    Heres one.
    [​IMG]
     
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    I love centipedes, how do you go about caring for them? I know the green scorpion has some valuable information on this but still, just from a keepers point of view.
     
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    I give them some where moist to hide and some dry spots in a little tank, give them water soaked sponge in a milk lid and I feed them pinky mice, there pritty easy to look after.
     

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