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Buest guess is 4.5-5” DLS but the molt cam out in tiny pieces, so it is 100% speculation. LOL
I got pretty lucky finding the piece i needed. :)
Must be thirsty. It emerges out of lair and dipped the head into the water droplet.
A couple days post-molt. I know these guys are sexually dimorphic, where the males grow little or no horn. The molt was inconclusive as it was a...
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
I just rehoused her the day before, and she hasn't yet figured out that she can dig.
This species is sexually dimorphic; it's easier to look for the presence of a horn. This is just a reference image.
My Ceratogyrus marshalli outgrew her old enclosure, so I rehoused her yesterday.
Slowly growing up, finally can see a bit of its future horn. This little fella is a total sweetheart
Lol this is cutest threat posture i have ever had