teensy L. parahybana

Gillian

Arachnoblessed
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Hi all,
Well, my remaining parahybana has me about to do something I swore I'd never do. Its extremely tiny, and I got it towards the beginning of the summer from Kelly. Yes Hollley, I'm going to smush a cricket. The little thing shows no interest in the pins, so I'll use my tongs and mush a crick for it. I don't want to lose this one too.
Also, the Brazilian Rainbow Boa I inherited? The poor thing's terrarium reeks of cigarettes and just nasty musty odors. So, I've decided a cleaning is in order. Knowing first hand just how nasty a boa or python bite can be, I'll wait til the weekend. Why? Well, I have more time to wait in the er. Oooohh, how I LOVE stitches!


Peace,
Gillian
 

jwb121377

Arachnoangel
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Pre-killed works well for slings. I think your L. parahybana will eat it with no problem. (as long as it's not in pre-molt)
 
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