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Unfertilized topsoil works, dirt cheap too. (yes pun intended)
Edit: missed the post where you asked about top soil
Yep just leave it. Is the T in premolt?
I had an avic molt on top of her driftwood stick and fall down onto the floor of enclosure. She's dead Jim. It was ok though, I felt bad for that...
Go for the sazami, You'd be paying $50 for some webbing and a container of dirt that supposedly has a spider in it somewhere but no one believes...
Wondering the same, I don't remember My albo sling looking quite like this one.
Yep, need a species so we now hoe wet/dry the dirt should be.
second this, need a species
Allow me to feed your addiction then. I have plenty of Ts that need a new home
When did they last eat? To make things easier you could just stick to watering. They should be fine without food for a while.
Lucky son of a beesting
Patience, and light manipulation is all any photographer needs
Feeding my Ts is almost downright boring now. Nobody want to take worms right away except for Xerxes the genic and my prized (not really) spider....
I'm an advocate for P. bara/lowland. Nice colors, my second fav Pokie.
About half the time my superworms end up as foot massagers
I might catch some disagrees for this but oh well. I've left prey (Dead and alive) for 2-3 days before removing or it became food.
How many is "A Few" ?
not exactly sure what you call it, studying wars is one of my favorite subjects. And I have not figured out why. The WW11 photos are just...
Hello, Just wanted to post a link and share my new photography page on Fine Art America.
Rufilata and subfusca are the only two pokies i'm interested in, so I recommend those two.
I forgot that psalmos are very colorful when young, not the typical brown sling color that will show the dark spots. :banghead: