RedEarthExotics

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About RedEarthExotics

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  • Birthday 02/03/1981

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    OKC, OK
  • Interests
    Reticulated and blood pythons, inverts and guns.

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  1. that's pretty sad. i can't imagine seeing someone being eaten by an infestation of roaches.
  2. i have never seen those before, definitely very cool looking.
  3. Alright! That's it! I'm definitely getting some of those!
  4. well, i don't care for either team, but i was hoping the Steelers would win. my team is sitting at home, watching their stadium host the game! D'OH!
  5. dude, those are awesome videos! keeping wasps have NEVER been an interest of mine. I'm a big baby when it comes to them I guess. I don't mind keeping and handling large retics, but a little teeny wasp will definitely get my attention. I don't want to get stung. I'm not sure I could ever hand feed or handle one like you do, but you have got me thinking of keeping some. I have a bunch of kritter keepers laying around......
  6. awesome thread and pics. really helps a new guy like me to differentiate them better. i think i see some distanti in my future......!
  7. nice. i think the commentary was almost as good as the vid...
  8. thanks! scorpions are my favorite inverts. they are just so menacing and pissed off looking all the time! i like mean little critters...
  9. yuck! i can't stand the taste of mushrooms....
  10. Hey

    Thanks!
  11. i'm sure there is a trick to it, but i don't know it...
  12. they don't seem to be any worse than the others i have. although the name "androctonus" means "man killer" !
  13. I figured you invert guys would appreciate these. These are some of my favorite scorpions... one of my two Androctonus mauretanicus one of my two Hottentotta judaicus one of my Hottentotta trilineatus
  14. That was about 2 years ago, my lat colony has extinguished now. i need to start some back up for my smaller tarantulas and scorps. that's the only bad thing about dubias, they HIDE! when i feed them to my tarantulas i mostly have to use my hemostats and hold the roach for them until they grab it. with the lateralis, i didn't have this problem. oh, and on a side note....it is NOT easy putting 1000 lateralis in a cardboard box!!
  15. two males and two females the number before the "." are males, the number after the "." are females