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After initally disapperaing for a month, now she is one the most visable T's I have. I see her out every two days at least, and she never runs...
I think I may see a flap, but I'm really not sure. Might be wishful thinking on my part. I really want to call him/her Morticia.
0.1 Davus pentaloris
Got two of the tiniest out of 8 of them. D. Pentaloris
The underside of my new juvenile Davus Pentaloris.
D. pentaloris out and about. A rare sight, since I only see her about once every few weeks.
this was the abdomen before molting
Going into premolt soon. Very big rump but still fast moving
Tiger Rump sling attacked a larger size cricket. Really a fearless beauty.
Help is this a molt the strands are cocofiber
Help this Davus Pentaloris has been inside a closed burrow for 2.5 months
Tiny sling attacked a much larger cricket. This is so cool ....
Caught in the mouth of the Tiger ......
Is that Davus pentaloris or Cyclosternum fasciatus?
My Tiger Rump sling came out of burrow after moulting.
My first ever T
I guess raising her butt in the air is her idea of a threat pose?