- Jan 24, 2017
My Hadrurus arizonensis just died the other day, which is really sad for a couple reasons. A, she was extremely well mannered, and enjoyed time being handled, even pet. B, she leaves her room mates without easy access to food. I have a pair of Asbolus verrucosus, or Blue Death Feigning Beetles, that used to feed on the cricket bits and excrement left by the desert hairy. So I was wondering if there were other species that played nice with these guys in a desert environment? I was thinking maybe a solpugid? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.