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I don't think the other teachers could really stop you if the admin at your high school have no problems with it. I run a Bug Club at my school &...
Yeah with size, you can basically only tell "at least" how old the pede is.
Here are a couple quick searches of subspinipes & morsitans on inat:...
@LawnShrimp shared his hypothesis with me that the Hawaiian subspinipes seems to be invasive while the Hawaiian morsitans is not. This makes...
@NYAN what do you need clarified? :)
Here are links to some Honolulu morsitans (they seem to be fairly polymorphic throughout the Hawaiian...
This appears to be Hawaiian Scolopendra morsitans. @LawnShrimp
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CB 3.5” BL Scolopendra subcrustalis
CBB jade x normal mutilans
If you come in on them in the middle of the night you’ll for sure see courtship.
I used a neutral cage and left them undisturbed overnight (or longer) with water. Less than an inch of sub and lots of random hides.
Post photos. There are at least three different morphotypes being regularly imported.
I just put them together haha. They were very receptive...
1st instars (June 8th, 2019)
2nd instars (July 1st, 2019)
2nd instars left moms today! (#2 & #4)
#2 is significantly darker than #4. I will see if I can photograph any pigmentation differences in the...
Please take a clear photo of the ventral side. We are looking for whether or not there is a ventral sac cover. Looks like there is to me, but a...
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Heterophrynus batesii mature male
O lol im stupid. Def a Kukulcania.
Looks to be possibly a Titiotus sp.
Nope not the same species. I'd be willing to bet yours is from a locality further south from mine and mine was tannish in coloration....
Webbed a little, burrowed a little :-).