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Scorpendra

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thanks :D. it's amazing how growing up next to your pet can prevent you from noticing how it changes. when i first got the cancerides, she was still blue , and i barely even noticed she had changed colors until i went deep into my picturetrail album {D

 

Arachnophilist

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you need to fatten that P.cancerides up!! lol throw 3 large crix in at once.. it will get em all :) I can do that with the cancerides and my blondi.. its like playing catch :D
 

Scorpendra

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i know she will, i just wouldn't want to raise her metabolism too much seeing as how cold it is here.
 

Scorpendra

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yeah, i'll say ;) and she's got an additude to match her colors, she even attacks the water in her dish!
 

Scorpendra

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i think she's going to burst!





and here are the full tanks:


 
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Doezsha

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Awsome close ups bro I cant wate until my baby C.sp "blue" gets biger... yee
 

Scorpendra

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thanks :D my Cyrio still has a long way to go herself, and i'm hoping that she molts really soon.
 

Scorpendra

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if, through all odds, all goes well with the H. longipes i'm expecting tomorrow, you can except a whole lot more pics ;) 'cause i gotta get all the ones i can before she magically transforms into a hole.
 

Scorpendra

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my new H. longipes. i put it into the container i got my M. robustum s'ling in originally.
 
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Scorpendra

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that pic is on the shallow side of the container.
 
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Natemass

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o i didnt see that, i like to give all burrowing species at least 5-6 inches of substrate my Lonipes is at the bottom of my 8in tall container thats filled to the top with substrate these guys well any burrowing species dig like crazy
 

Scorpendra

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on second thought, i think i will move her into the container my Cyriopagopus was in. i'd have to drill some holes, first.
 
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Scorpendra

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getting her out of the old tank and into the vial was easy, getting her back out of the vial and into the new tank was fairly difficult.

 
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