- Mar 5, 2013
I used that as a hide to "recycle" in their enclosures (I have 6 incei ) all ALL 6 of them ignored it and made their own hides so I pour water in them and now they are water dishes lolIs that it's hide or a water dish? Aha
Is it trying to make soup?
Man I hate when there's a T in my collection that lags behind other members of its species. These incei are like that too. They pop out of their burrows like "whack a mole". I rarely see them. When I do it's great. No regrets mind you.@viper69 this one eats when it wants to.
some times it grabs the food and I come back the next day to remove the bolus and the whole prey is untouched...
Did you get these from CB? Mine are@viper69
My other ones grab the food bring it in the burrow and I'll see it when it REALLY is a bolus.
But this one is the "oldest" I'd assume out of all the six because its the closet to "gold".
The others have the gold/orange legs but black bodies... I hope the others don't act this way when they get this size... I'm assuming the singled out one isnt from the same sac as the other ones because of the color?
Plus I got the "gold" one as a freebie before I brought the other five but they're all from the same dealer.
Did you get these from CB? Mine are
Not sure what you mean it's the closest to gold. It's either a gold or it isn't.
No that's wrong. The naturally occurring gold color form resulted from the breeding of two normal incei. Subsequent sacs from others generally follow classical Mendelian genetics for a simply recessive mutation with the expected 3:1 ratio.
Ah gotcha..OH to adult colors hahah. I didn't even pick up on that.Mine are from Steve.
"Closest to gold" meaning the adult colors