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mantisfan101

Labelled as Galeodes granti.

Labelled as Galeodes granti, although it looks nothing like the google images I found. Any care tips are welcome and I can’t see how people think these are ugly, it looks like a fluffy little teddy bear<3

Labelled as Galeodes granti.
mantisfan101, Sep 21, 2019
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    • NYAN
      It’s Paragaleodes pallidus.

      Give them deep substrate that is primarily clay and sand. Don’t feed them very much or you will kill them.
    • mantisfan101
      @NYAN thanks for the help! Should I give them some moister substrate or keep it bone dry? Also, as of right now I only have access to coco fiber and some reptisoil, would this suffice? How big doe they get? Does it look like an adult female? Thanks for your input!
    • NYAN
      It’s probably an adult female. Mine is that size roughly.

      You can use coco fiber as a temporary substrate but not permanent. They need a dry and sandy substrate that holds burrows in.
    • mantisfan101
      @NYAN would dry reptisoil work? It holds burrows pretty well even if dry.
    • mantisfan101
      Phileurus valgus?
    • RezonantVoid
      ITS SO FUZZY AND ADORABLE
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