Advertisement I purchased a trio of the small species, Pseudodroctonus santarita sp. nov ( http://www.gvnews.com/news/new-scor...cle_199739f2-539c-11e6-8ea9-0bce207eb49e.html ) from a member, here and they are a very interesting, attractive, and reasonably active species. I’m keeping them on primarily granite sand, with some peat and excavator clay mixed in, as well as a portion of peat pot and lava rocks for hides and decor. I moisten an area of substrate and then allow the container to go dry over a period of days. I believe, living in mountain canyons, they have access to moist microclimates, although the overall climate is arid. They eagerly accept lateralis nymphs and prekilled prey.