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heterometrus arent communal and will fight
feeling much better now that they have lichen to graze on, but you gotta keep it fresh or they get sick! need humidity but also air flow.
feces. it's normal. try giving it some water.
the turret was untouched that's a wild specimen. it was too cool-looking to mess with :P
the macro shots are a specimen i kept- she's about an inch
They make a sealed chamber for birthing or molting or if they deem conditions too hostile (unlikely).
Apomastus kristenae- a euctenizid related to aptostichus, yet looks like Eucteniza from texas, but builds an open turret made of grass and leaves....
never spadix. Spadix is always black no prosomal markings
Aptostichus sp suspect lucerne by Smokehound714 posted Jul 17, 2017 at 6:02 PMaptostichus is pretty neat, albeit frustrating as hell to collect...
years of experience and pdf files lol
heres an ID key i drew for hadrurus, OP Hadrurus identification key by Smokehound714 posted Jul 16, 2017 at 2:09 AM
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No, the mask and crescent are definitely a defining ID characteristic. fingers are virtually worthless for identifying them as the entire genus...
all short-horned grasshoppers are federally illegal to possess in all US states.
that's arizonensis- the intraocular crescent of anzaborrego is a triangle, the mask is a sharp 'V'. can be similar to obscurus
looks male to me. female pectines form more of a 'V' shape and dont jut out so much
do you have an image of said anzaborrego? do you know how to identify them?
She might like it if you add a few dead oak leaves too- she did spend her whole life in them. Not required but might be cool to catch her weaving...
Gonna see if i can rear these- apparently they take 2 years to mature.