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Phrynus operculatus


Cariblatta lutea
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Very neat, I've always wanted to get in to these guys, I have a large cage that is 4 feet long 2 feet high and 14 inches deep, but I can't decide on Lubbers or these guys<_<

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On 8/21/2017 at 1:44 AM, Hisserdude said:

Wow, pretty! :D

Indeed!

On 8/21/2017 at 7:39 AM, Redmont said:

Very neat, I've always wanted to get in to these guys, I have a large cage that is 4 feet long 2 feet high and 14 inches deep, but I can't decide on Lubbers or these guys<_<

If it has ventilated lid then I'd recommend lubbers instead of amblypygids. 

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It has round vents on the sides of the cage, I probably will put lubbers in it, but I just need to find some cape cod roaches and roachcrossing both haven't replied to my messages for awhile.

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On 10/26/2017 at 10:35 AM, dactylus said:

How are the P. operculatus doing?  Hopefully great.  I'd love to get some CB babies from you in the future.

They are doing fine. Several of them molted so far, but I don't see any signs of babies yet. I tried sexing bigger ones and it appears that all of them might be same sex :(

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