have a good deep peat substrate, moisen the lower layers, add dry upper layers, then sand and grit, dig some trenches and cover with a few flat rocks, this way beneith the rocks there will be humidity, but the open space is dry.
happy dry hunter, mild humid refuge.
thats how i have mine and they are florishing. the trick to feeling them i find is keep the ballon inflated, but be careful not to make it pop
i immagine youll have a hard time housing all those tiny babies separately, they are the worst of cannibals
how long do I have till they hatch? And in my other thread I am told that these guys have an adhesive-ness in their front arms. So I'm assuming the babies will be able to climb as well - huh? I was soooooo not ready for this! oh well, crash courses are the best and fastest way to learn! Are they venomous? I know it would hurt like hell to be attacked by an adult but can they do like neuralogical damage?
Nice! I've never seen the eggs of a Solifugid before. Oh lucky day. And I would imagine that the bite would be bad, I just didn't know if the venom effected humans in any way that would need medical attention right away. Is this a sun/camel spider or is it another species?
How's mama doing with her babies? Wishing you tons of luck with them and when they hatch get pics! I wanna see baby solifugids! εĭз