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Ceuthophilus gracilipes apalachicolae


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What a beautiful animal!!

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Omg it is sooo big! I am breeding a species of cave cricket, and they are TINY compared to this beast! Are they easy to care for?

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Saw these on Kyle's site, very probably going to have to grab some sometime. I mean, I've had Ceuthophilus before and they were fun... but at around twice the size they should be much better! How many do you have?

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What a beautiful animal!!

Thanks, and indeed. Markings on adults are beautiful to look at :)

The legs.... *shutters*

You should buy some so you won't have to fear those legs. LOL

That is a very nice female!

Thanks, and ya. It was the biggest and prettiest one I had :)

Omg it is sooo big! I am breeding a species of cave cricket, and they are TINY compared to this beast! Are they easy to care for?

So far, these guys have been the easiest species I've kept :)

Saw these on Kyle's site, very probably going to have to grab some sometime. I mean, I've had Ceuthophilus before and they were fun... but at around twice the size they should be much better! How many do you have?

You should totally buy some! I received around 11 nymphs from Kyle :)

ya, super cool. Thanks for sharing. Can you do a post describing their enclosure and care?

I'll have to pass and let Kyle answer this one since I failed at breeding (all of my WC females had horsehair worms inside). I got the babies from Kyle couple of months ago and I've been keeping them like roaches, yet they seem to be doing well :)

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