Hmmmmm Is the pumpkin patch arboreal?

Liquifin

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No, if you're wondering about care information, I highly suggest you search this forums as there is plenty of information already on many species.
 

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Nope. They are semi arborterrestrial fossorials. They spend 1 month pulling soil from the ground below to the tops of the trees. They make a massive dirt-claud at the highest point on the tree. After this they burrow into it where they stay for 7 days. After this they crawl to the ground and become terrestrial and live out their lives scouring the countryside in search of a new tree to make dirtclauds to live out their lives while repeating the cycle. Read this in that book you posted. Fascinating.
 

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No they literally live in pumpkin patches, but only pumpkin patches found exactly 2344 feet above sea level
 
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Is the pumpkin patch arboreal?
Hey are you trolling or are you really too lazy to Type H.sp Columbia large into the search function? You have multiple threads (over post IMO) that can be answered with common sence,google and Arachnoboards.. Here's an example..Type, Is H.sp Columbia lrg arboreal/Arachnoboards into google. Your tiny little head is gonna pop with all the threads that cover this in depth if your here to actually learn.. If not the Mazda rx7 forums are insane,crab a set of callipers and drive them nuts..
 
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