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Augacephalus ezendami Sling Feeding (1")

Augacephalus ezendami Sling Feeding (1")
Ungoliant, May 1, 2019
    • Ungoliant
      @cold blood I fed both this sling and my Phormictopus sling today. Normally, it's no contest: the Phormictopus attacks first. However, today the ezendami won. (The Phormictopus seems to have forgotten about the food.)
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    • EtienneN
      Very pretty T!
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    • u bada
      commented on @cold blood 's other week, wish mine would hurry up from its dark brown tiny phase but refuses to molt, only eats every 3 times I try to feed, argh. but if yours is an 1" and looks like that then i'll be happy sooner than later... so how fast is this one growing?
    • Ungoliant
      @u bada It's a slow grower, but it's hardy. I bought it from @cold blood on 6/29/2018, and it was 0.5".

      It molted on 7/25/2018 and 12/8/2018. I would estimate its current size at 1".
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    • Ungoliant
      @u bada This is how it looked when I got it:
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    • cold blood
      When they start getting colors, like the one here, they become better eaters and growth rates actually pick up a bit. Juvies and adults are night and day different from slings with regards to feeding response.
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    • u bada
      omg a 4 month gap between molts last year?! oy! anyway, interesting they're slower to start life out, you'd think it's the other way around but ya know mother nature is a mystery!
    • viper69
      And before they start getting colors, they are the WORST eaters I've ever encountered.
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    • Ungoliant
      @viper69 Yeah, mine was pretty picky but seems to be getting hungrier.
    • viper69
      @Ungoliant I tell you how bad they are. I got one from CB. I bugged him chronically that it wouldn't eat, or BARELY eat. Ultimately it died on me because it wouldn't eat. That's the last time I owned that species, prob never again, unless it's larger, well past its eating disorder disability.
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  • Category:
    Augacephalus
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    Ungoliant
    Date:
    May 1, 2019
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