Originally posted by Immortal_sin
nah, mine is a little sweetheart...see?!
(just kidding! don't try this at home, folks!)
This one was a sweetheart, too! Sadly he is now departed for that great burrow in the sky . . . which sounds kind of like a mixed metaphor now I think of it!
So I've heard. The two I have had were both small--only 4-5". They look pretty tiny next to a full-grown C. crawshay female!Originally posted by Alonso99
Males only reach 6 inches top, right>?
Here you go!Originally posted by Alonso99
ANyone have pics of their T's rearing up
Yes. The only reason I got a picture of her that time was because I was moving her to a bigger tank. But I do get to see her beautiful blue front legs in the evening hours sometimes, as she sits waiting at her burrow mouthOriginally posted by Alonso99
Thats a beauty. Does she stay burrowed up like most cobalts?