- Jan 25, 2009
No, they're babies apparently. I'm sure they won't get very big though. I actually acquired them from @wizentrop, who worked on that paper!Very nice! Is the Charinus an adult? Also, how did you acquire such a recently described species (or were you working on the paper)?
Thanks! Unfortunately, I'd have more if I didn't have such space constraints.Wow, heck of a collection! Thanks for sharing all the images!
I used to have more elaborate enclosures with many pieces of cork to break up territories and provide hiding places for molting Amblypygids (did not work, by the way) in my communals, but have since separated nearly all of them due to some losses to cannibalism.Nice. How about some setup photos? I am giving another attempt at keeping these. Just picked up a trio of tanzanians at Tinley Park.