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Arboreal C. leetzi

I recently rehoused my ~1” C. leetzi out of a dram bottle into a 3”x3”x6” tall enclosure with 4” of substrate (because it dug like a maniac before), and after digging some nice tunnels and having a cricket, it has decided that it is now arboreal.

Arboreal C. leetzi
    • u bada
      omg too cute. perfection in a dwarf. someone in town promised me and never heard back. maybe worth sending more texts for one? lol any care issues for you on this one?
    • CommanderBacon
      @u bada Not really. I did have a mite explosion so I rehoused it recently, but it needed to be rehoused anyway. It's always been a great eater and communicates very clearly about when it's hungry or about to molt.

      This little guy has always climbed up the walls, unlike my C. elegans, which has remained in its burrow 95% of the time. Both great eaters, though! I got both at about 1/8 of an inch about 8 months apart and they've grown very fast.
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