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It's most recent molt measured 2.5'' inches and it's horn is prominent for such a small specimen.
I picked these goofballs up at 2i in mid August.
Must be thirsty. It emerges out of lair and dipped the head into the water droplet.
Ceratogyrus darlingi juvenile female
He matured today with his molt measuring 3''. He looks to be at a small 3.25'' now. I'm surprised that he grew so fast into a MM, soon it's going...
Finally saw my juvenile Darlingi. Very elusive guy that stays hidden underground most of the time. Share with you guys. Look at the cute "horn"...
I didn’t see the male characteristic or anything on the ventral side Is it a female?
It's really hard to get good pictures of this guy because he is basically a pet hole, but his horn is coming in and is looking real good <3
Darlingi sling constructed interconnected burrow with 3 entrances. Would there be more entrances if given more space ?
Rehoused and rather upset at me about it. I'm obsessed with this little guy/girl.
My Freshly molted C. Darlingi with what I believe to be the first remnants of their horn? Am I wrong and getting a bit too excited to early? The...
Female C. darlingi
Molt was pretty busted up so hard to say size with any certainty. Probably about 3.5-4”
She finally decided to come out of her burrow and say hello after molting. Love this shy girl
C darlingi, 8,4cm DLS, that pict is right between all the 4 booklungs that were quite damaged, I'm thinking male?