I agree with this. Especially with a slow-growing species like a B. smithi, it'll probably be fine on that substrate for a while but because they seem to go through long periods of time between molts, their abdomens can get to big sizes. Its at that point that I'd worry about them abrading against the edges of those pieces and in time, possibly creating an open sore. Just a thoughtT dragging her abdomen across the sharp edges of that stuff
thanksNice smithi there kingston
1) Btw guys, may i ask what will be the decent inch size will we be able to get an accurate sexing from the molt skin?
2) For the above, is it same for all Ts?