- Feb 22, 2014
It'll scavenge.Worried about it, since it's my first NW tropical sp., but hopefully it will last! Also, would it be able to scavange? It let go of the roach earlier (MAY have been too big). Will it just eat the body, or should I take out the roach and wait a few days and try a smaller and easier feeder for it to take down?
Bob got them from the same dealer I did so I'll just answer as well (hope you don't mind @BobBarley lol), ours are around 1-1.5". I provide a hide at all stages of life, be it a fake leaf or a piece of cork bark with hole excavated underneath it.Nice! Just gave her a hide, what size are yours and do you give them a hide at about a little over an inch?
Yeah both of them are always out, and interestingly, my male 4" Lasiodora parahybana is more skittish thus far. Could just be that they are taking longer to settle in, but I'm unsure.Really? That's interesting, I've seen both of mine in their hide and they usually stay in there during the day and come out during the night.
So far mine have been great eaters, unlike the iffy P. antinous. However they do tend to just roll their mealworms around sometimes, will have to take a video of it sometimes!Yeah both of them are always out, and interestingly, my male 4" Lasiodora parahybana is more skittish thus far. Could just be that they are taking longer to settle in, but I'm unsure.