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Wesley Smith

A. arboreus

These were caught in St. Thomas Virgin Islands and are believed to be Anadenobolus arboreus. I've had them for a few weeks but they burrowed as soon as I got them. They love climbing so I have them in a 18x18x24 Exo Terra (DONT WORRY, LOTS OF MISTING) I think I've already seen breeding behaviors!

A. arboreus
Wesley Smith, Jul 10, 2018
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