Here is one that I haven’t seen in a while. She normally grabs her food and back in the hole she goes. Today Evil Little B stayed long enough for me to grab some not so great pictures but I was still happy.
I have been reading that in this species, only the females develop the horn. I am working on my ventral sexing skills and I chose female after a few hours of looking at her/him. There is a massive horn presence too. Is it true about the horn? Was I correct on the ventral sex identification?
This girl was sold to me as a Ceratogyrus darlingi but her hat has always molted out straight? Or straight ish. Sometimes it has a bit of a wiggle to it, but never pointed backwards. What is the best way to tell horned species apart?