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Bout time I uploaded one. An old video I found while sorting out my gallery
This one will be a real looker once she's mature. Cannot wait
Mine’s soooo tiny! Can’t wait for it to be this size.
@Oompoofishy this is zoomed in, it's about the size of a 50c coin. It has likely molted since I left though. It stays blue for a few weeks after molting which is great
@RezonantVoid Mine’s just slightly smaller. Can’t wait till it gets warmer so I see it out more often!
@Oompoofishy they definitely grow a bit slower than Phlogius sp. (at least under my observation) but the adult colouration is definitely worth it regardless of whether you get a male or female
@RezonantVoid Super exciting!
@RezonantVoid i was thinking of picking on of these guys up. Any tips on how to house them, substrate depth etc?
@Jason La Porta basically just 10cm of damp, compact substrate and a large bundle of damp spagnum moss. They will tunnel through the moss and underground, making lots of webbing. The grow a lot slower than Phlogius sp. do