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Quite a fearless little guy/girl I believe it's 3rd instar! About an inch and a quarter in body length!
Showing off it's prey!
This little fearless bugger was out and about inspecting that new cork bark piece it's under, and I dropped in some prey and this ensued!
C. dyscolus chases down its prey.
Full video in the comment.
I was on vacation for 10 days and all T's doing well. This one molted a couple of weeks ago and she is looking beautiful
P Sazimai sling enjoying its feed :)
She's in premolt and hasn't been moving as much, but when times get tough, the dish will always be her sanctuary.
eaten by C. dyscolus
Fangs serving as forks on a superworm
Giant Tambourine trapdoor
C. dyscolus moulted on 29/07/19.
She was around the entrance and I took that as a green sign for feeding.
Gave a small worm to sate her appetite,...
Feeding on a cricket. Camera shy Gigas.
P. regalis sling
OBT displaying anger for disturbing her dinner
Vagans showing off a very simple kill of superworm.
I got this dude as a 1/4" freebie back in May 2017. Within a year, he had matured. He died today, having been mature for 15 months - well over...