Discussion in 'Other Animals and Invertebrate' started by Venomous_RBB, Jun 12, 2012.
I didnt think using a sponge was a good idea
Can bring about mould and such
Awesome thank you, that is a good looking centi as well
It all comes down to wether you clean it or not (husbandry)
I had one of these it my lounge room it was so hard to squish, scared the **** out of me there massive.
Got my new T's today!
Its in there haha
Got it out on a lid for you guys
Im heaps happy with the green scorpion
Will be buying from there again
Surely you could have just put it outside..?
Thats what I was thinking :/
@metalboy - Cute looking T, I will be getting mine from there, just got to get mums permission, which will be an all out NO. Oh well, I was actually able to coax her in to getting a snake, we now have 2 and will be getting a third soon so I shouldnt complain that much, especially since she is petrified of them and I have been nagging her for years for a snake, lol.
I caught up a little wolf spider and put her outside this morning, she had the really nice wolf pattern showing, I didnt think to take any pics but she looked like this one:
I keep a number of mostly pedes, one T (probably closely related to Sp. Kotzmans) and I had a Hemilychas but I leant it to a friend for pics and it died.
Probably Cormacephalus esulcatus by Stephen Mahony, on Flickr
Cormocephalus aurintipes by Stephen Mahony, on Flickr
Cormocephalus westwoodi by Stephen Mahony, on Flickr
Rhysida nuda by Stephen Mahony, on Flickr
Selenotholus sp. by Stephen Mahony, on Flickr
Hemilychas alexandrinus by Stephen Mahony, on Flickr
i have a breeding trio of giant burrowing cockroaches used to have a breeding trio of rhino beetles but probs getting more soon. Also i have bred flinders range scorps.
Nice, love the T
Here's another one for you Blackhead92.
There are some spectacular animals in this thread.
All I have are fleas, nits and the occasional louse.
Heres a couple pictures of my old emperor scorpion.
My kids have become fascinated by arachnids in recent years, this is my son with his Tailless Whip Scorpion.
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Awesome I love t`s anyone got pics handling one ?
before i left to my holiday in europe i had a big list (80% died while i was there )
this is what ive kept
5x S.plumipes slings
1x gold sling
2x Armstrong beach juvies
4x P.black juvies
2x Psuedocrassipes juvies
1x stirlingi juvie
1x sarina juvie
1x strenuus juvie
1x sp.4 female
1x giant kotzmans male
4x liocheles 'waignesis'
4x liocheles 'red'
1x liocheles karschii juvie
2x urodacus yaschenkoi
3x urodacus armatus
3x urodacus novaeholliandae
16x urodacus manicatus
2x urodacus elongatus
2x urodacus macrurus (orange, brown)
3x lychas marmerous
4x lychas spinatus
2x lychas buchari
4x cerc squama
1x hemilychas alex
3x juvie ots
1x isometrus angus
50+ scolopendra morsitans (orange unbanded, Cqld normal, Sa mallee normal, NW qld red+yellow legged, NW qld blue legged, Nth qld red, black headed, W nsw, blue)
18x scolopendra laeta (D - (vic,sa,nsw) . E -(sa)
30+ ethmostigmus rubripes (green, half green/tiger, tiger, black headed, light brown,karanda,blue)
16x cormocephalus aurantiipes (vic, cqld, W qld light brown)
7x cormocephalus wetstwoodi
5x cormocephalus esulcatus (vic, nsw)
4x cormocephalus strigosus?
1x cormocehpalus sp.. (black)
3x cormocephalus spinosior
6x cormocephalus turneri (vic dark brown, sa)
9x cormocephalus brachycerus
1x cormocephalus sp. (unknown)
7x rhysida nuda (cqld + coast)
1x rhysida polyacantha
1x arthrorhabdus mjobergi
thats all i can think of for now !
not adding mantids or stick insects or stuff like that haha
A couple of short term keepers to share.
A ferocious female Trapdoor Aganippie subtristis
A desert species Badged Huntsman
A desert species Wolfie
that sucks mate
Oh, I'm sorry to hear that, it's so sad when stuff like that happens.