Keith Posted February 9, 2014 Share Posted February 9, 2014 I have an older nymph that had been denied proper nutrition for prolonged time and near starvation, it's getting great care now and nutrition. Its a male, and it had no horn bumps young males have, but over the weeks even though its fat and ready to shed soon, it suddenly has horn bumps and they slowly are getting wider and taller. I thought the bumps only can grow after shedding, how is it bumps are growing without shedding? Is it like calcium growth like our fingernails? If this is possible than perhaps mature male hissers horns can get slightly larger over time! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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