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  1. I think it should be close to the heat mat so you get a good reading to avoid hot spots.
  2. The Cleveland Aqarium stock is 1972 and I'm not sure if vendors are using that name for a pure stock actually from there. Of course G. oblongonata are the coolest by a mile.
  3. December 2020 Invertebrates Magazine Issue This issue we begin with a relative freshman to Pachnoda culture introduced to us by Hes of Sklipkan arthropod magazine fame (sklipkan means spider, or more specifically tarantula, in the Czech Republic). Next, we look at culturing a pretty, little, Nearctic tortoise beetle, 2020’s imports of camel-spiders out of Egypt, and a contender for the largest of the terrestrial isopods, Titan A. E. (After Entomology as crustaceans have taken over the bug hobby). We review three decades of experiences keeping the heaviest non-colonial invertebrates on ear
  4. Are you looking more for a pet or a breeding project?
  5. Mine are often orange but things with variable colors shift over many generations.
  6. I don't know how they made these photos but I have a black light flashlight and tried both species and don't see anything like these images.
  7. I tried all my big species and never saw a hint. I never thought to look at either Trichorhina.
  8. You could just pet them in the cage until you get used to them.
  9. I don't think your statement is true and this is probably the only current stock that didn't come through Europe. You're basing your assessment on some photos of misidentified wild specimens.
  10. Welcome! Do you have baby hissers you're handling or just small adults/large nymphs?
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