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A lot of climate data has been screwed in both directions of "we are going to die" and "nothing is happening". I hold a very mild view, there are...
I do not have a lot of time on my hands but I have bought silicone cocking. My house is pretty old, I am going to try and cover up all the cracks
It a a juvenile, only molted twice. I check on them once a day to once every two days.
I've actually done that when I was little. Some ants can create rafts and some can swim across water. Unfortunately 2 species in my area can do...
I put ant traps in the corner of the rooms and killed a colony outside of my house.
They still got it, it has been raining heavily. I now put...
The pede that "escaped" was eaten. I found legs and a plate in the substrate.
Looks like one of my pedes also escaped... I have no idea how but he was not in his enclosure.
I took preventive measures, I thought they were safe... I woke up this morning to find them eaten, covered in red ants....[ATTACH]
Now this is really cool, I can't even get my scolopendra subspinipes to mate. 3 males and a female have passed away from trying.....
Well I have no idea why the 5th picture did that lol.
1st is a scolopendra morsitans, from Kunia, Oahu.
2nd is a lesser brown scorpion? From Ewa Beach, Hawaii. How do you get this thing to eat???
That is very unfortunate. I put ant traps around everything now and sprayed alchohol with soap. So far it seems like I killed off a whole colony.
Lucky, there are at least 6 ant species now around my house... they war often in my backyard.
You can pair huntsman's and millipedes? Interesting!
I had a cricket culture with a population of around 300. I also has a 4 inch scolopendra subspinipes. In Hawaii red ants are invading. I came home...
That stuff is the poison they release when attacked. You should check the cage thoroughly for something that might eat millipedes.
The other animals that they would allow are arguably significantly more dangerous than a scolopendra morsitans or subspinipes.
Wow, that is fascinating. What do the pedelings gain from eating the mom? Maybe helps them with their exoskeleton growth?
#2 looks just like my scolopendra subspinipes :) -except fatter that part throws me off a bit. Maybe just the camera angle? How long is it?
Is that the dead mom in the last picture? Does this species die after incubation?