Hisserdude Posted April 6, 2022 Share Posted April 6, 2022 An adorable little species that somehow didn't gain enough popularity years ago to stick around in US culture when they got here. They're slightly unforgiving in terms of lapses in care and need dryer conditions than some other Eurycotis species, but overall it seems not many people ever kept them here in the US. Hopefully that'll change though, since I recently acquired a breeding group, and dang these things are adorable, definitely the smallest Eurycotis in culture! Adult female: 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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