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    Re: P. chordatus question?

    He must be covering he opening then. It looked just like an empty container with sub straight.

    Thanks
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    P. chordatus question?

    I have what I think is a Killamanjaro mustard. I went to the spider cups the other day and it was empty....so to speak. I know the lid is sealed, and he was in there, but was not visible, but there...
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    Re: Home grown crickets

    Home grown crickets are doing great. No smell at all. I keep them bone dry with water crystals and a combination of kitten chow and gut load. Still growing slow but now as warm as they probably...
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    Re: Home grown crickets

    I made the mistake of not seperating generation 1 and 2, but other than that they are great, and no smell.
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    Re: Home grown crickets

    Going to see what happens with them. They are pretty. I like the black and orange spots too though. I will post a pic soon.
  6. Thread: Chaco

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    Re: Chaco

    From what I could see I would say less than a half hour or so in the web. I was home the whole time. Now he is loaded an has no place to go.
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    Re: Chaco

    Thanks! Not that it does me any good. Does anyone have an adult female Choco ready to go?
  8. Thread: Chaco

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    Chaco

    Ok, so what is he doing? He moulted about two weeks ago into his final stage. Hooks, punching bags and all legs. This morning he was on his back under this web. He is moving slightly. Sorry the...
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    Re: Home grown crickets

    I am breeding my own dubia, lobsters, and I am working with E. distanti at the moment. I can't produce enough baby roaches to keep up with my baby dragon demand. Next year I should be ok. I just...
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    Re: Home grown crickets

    I am on these like white on rice. I have no source for crickets in Vegas and have a load of babies coming in the next few weeks.
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    Re: Home grown crickets

    It's been a week and they are still doing great. i do not see any dead pinheads.
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    Re: Home grown crickets

    I have, so far hundreds of pin heads. Now I have to see if I can raise them up. I have not kept records, but one cup of dirt seems to really be producing. Wooooohooooo.
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    Re: Male or female

    When I purchased him January 09, he was about an inch long. He is huge now. I have to look at his small legs, but he does have hooks. He doubled in size after his last moult.
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    Re: Male or female

    I don't understand the wither and die part. He is eating, why would he wither and die? Is there a point where he stops eating? It could be he has more moults before the final one. I just noticed...
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    Re: Male or female

    Ok, looking at this one today, I noticed hooks on the front legs. That pretty much seals it that it is a male, correct? If so, what is the rest of his life looking like? I do not want him to...
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    Re: 2nd instar

    No, but you remember my A. metallica that didnt make it. I have never gotten over it, and that was not a 2nd instar. Ken the bug guy has a bunch of imports coming in that is "2nd instar unless...
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    2nd instar

    How small is a second instar T, and how afraid of killing it should I be? I am very at the moment.
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    Re: Home grown crickets

    I have close to 2oo eggs in the incubators (getting too big) and with the cricket virus, the cali breeders have been wiped out. Not sure I can get them here alive during the heat of summer from the...
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    Home grown crickets

    Anyone breeding their own crickets? I have set up a breeding bin. I could not buy adult crickets, I fear, because of the cricket virus. They are getting to breeding size, and was looking for tip. ...
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    Re: Water crystals

    I am still trying to figure out how to go about the hornworms.
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    Re: Water crystals

    God I hope that is the case. I have some crazy stuff in the incubator, and thought about doing the August show. Have to see yet. I didnt see many dragon breeders listed, and alot of people were...
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    Re: Breeding Ts

    Can you elaborate on why it is no concern? Breeding the same genes over and over again leads to mutiple problems. Is it not a worry, or is no one worrying about it?

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    Breeding Ts

    Ok, so I have this "friend" who though he might want to try breeding Ts. Just for fun. How do you go about getting breeding sock? I don't see much in the way of Adults for sale. Do most people...
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    Re: New roaches

    Males and females look alike. Maybe you had all males. One of my, what I thought was a male, Gave birth to about 25 or so yesterday. My understanding is male are just a bit smaller than females,...
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    Re: Male or female

    I dont see much of anything going on there. Was hoping for a female just for long life, and the possiblity of breeding.
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