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Discussion in 'Insects, Other Invertebrates & Arthropods' started by Marika, Sep 29, 2016.
My Achatina fulica baby who's not a baby anymore...
Armadillidium sp. Montenegro
Their colors are looking good!
He says thanks That's actually the same one in every pic, from a baby to a bigger snail. They have really nice stripes when they are small. I should take some new pics...
More old pics.
Pomatias elegans. I have at least a few adults left, but haven't seen any new babies.
A. fulica var. jadatzi
C. aspersum babies
I always get excited when you post new pics! I love your snails; that's something I haven't kept. We have lots of restrictions on them here in the states.
Glad you like them! That's too bad. Snails are fun to keep...although cleaning all that slime and poop can be a bit annoying
So, this is not a snail, roach or an isopod, but I'm gonna post it here anyway. Last month I ordered a tarantula, but the seller made a mistake and sent me a bunch of mantids and a sun beetle instead. I hadn't kept mantids before and all of a sudden I had five different species...but they seem to be doing fine, they are eating and growing.
This is Hierodula membranacea.
@Marika, may I ask about the temperature you keep your Armadillidium klugii ‘Montenegro’ at? They are obviously thriving for you. I have a colony that is producing a fair amount of babies...I am keeping them on the warmer side, 75-80 F...how about you?
I kept them at room temp, so around 20-25 C. I managed to kill my entire colony last winter by letting their enclosure get too dry
Thank you, that is helpful!! So,sorry to hear you lost them! A while back, I had loads of babies, but then they got too dry and warm, and I lost most of them. The adults survived...and now I have quite a few babies again.
Miomantis sp. Cameroon