New Holothele incei!

Warren Bautista

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This is the first time I've kept this sp, and I must say, s/he is beautiful! Around 1.75".







Male or Female?


 
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belljar77

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I have an itty bitty one, maybe .75? An eating machine! I love it. Can't wait until it gets those markings. Enjoy!
 

J.huff23

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Nice new addition! H.incei are awesome. The are webbing machines, and they eat like crazy. Well at least mine does.
 

farrisbaharom

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congrats - just got a pair of teeny slings myself (less than 1/2").
great appetites, great webbers from what i've seen.

looks like a female to me - can't see any epiandrous fusillae in the shots.
 
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Redneck

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Congrats Warren... She is a looker... Cant help with the sex...
 

smallara98

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Are they expensive ? After I get my pulchra , I want those ! A juvie at least . . .
 

Warren Bautista

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Thanks everyone!

S/he is currently clinging on for dear life to the top of her cage, she wants nothing to do with the substrate! lol

S/he was sold as "probable" female, just wanted the opinions of other members.

I got her for the very good price of $40, although I doubt you'll normally see them for those prices.
 

orangeandbitey

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Wow I had never seen this species until now. Very cool! Congrats Warren, looks awesome!

Salamander that is rad! That thing is like Harry Potter! Hahaha

What's the temperment like on this sp?
 

Shell

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What's the temperment like on this sp?
From my experience (I only have 1 mind you) they are skittish and really quick. Mine likes to do laps through it's tunnels when I open it's enclosure. Not defensive, just quick to bolt if they feel threatened.
 

smallara98

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Wow I had never seen this species until now. Very cool! Congrats Warren, looks awesome!

Salamander that is rad! That thing is like Harry Potter! Hahaha

What's the temperment like on this sp?
Really ? Ha where were you ? Jk :) Im pretty sure theres ts I dont know about that others do ;)
 

shanebp

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Yeah, these things aren't really defensive at all in my experience. I keep three living communally. But be warned, they are FAST!!! They love to run!
 

Warren Bautista

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They swim well too...
Really? Mine accidentally fell into the water dish and she teleported out of there! Haha, it was probably just a shock to her.

They are hella fast, I opened the lid, and she went from one sode of the cage to the next before I could blink! lol

Peaked on her just now, she is webbing a lot!
 
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