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Picture given by seller of an unsexed g pulchra. Any thought? Female or Male? I think it's a male because of the dark patch in the middle.
Business as usual- just posting up, catching some rays, and hoping for lunch.
One faux-rock water dish, choice of two cork bark hides (half-round cave style or half buried tube style), dried mosses, live chlorophytum sp....
3" DLS stretched,
still absurdly adorable!
3/4" DLS, his first day with me,
2.5" DLS stretched, male, for reference
I put a roach in this LED lightbulb cover and placed that in Dozer's enclosure to see how she would solve the puzzle. I got impatient after about...
1" G. Pulchra. Male or too early to tell? The molt got chewed up pretty well but I think this is the right set of book lungs
3.5" male G. pulchra, freshly molted.
Silhouette stuffing her face.
Leaning toward male on this, any thoughts?
I think someone in Toronto might have gotten a bit carried away with that increased oxygen theory.
TFW when you undermine the entire water dish so that it will collapse and spill water everywhere next time your human fills it.