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    Re: A Real Treat

    All of those moths are beautiful!!! What kind of set-up do you have for them?
    Which is more tempting: The fruit of knowledge or the possessed, talking serpent? DUH! - The Serpent!

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    Re: A Real Treat

    Do you release them?

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    Re: A Real Treat

    Quote Originally Posted by GarterGeek View Post
    All of those moths are beautiful!!! What kind of set-up do you have for them?
    I have a big, custom-made wood-and-screen enclosure for them.The adult's tank is bare, and the 'pillars will use the same tank only with their food plant in a modified water container in the middle.
    0.1 Storeria dekayi
    Hoping to get some T. s. sirtalis High-Reds next summer!


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    Re: A Real Treat

    Quote Originally Posted by bkhuff1s View Post
    Do you release them?
    I may start if I have too many 'pillars.
    Otherwise I'll use the extras as herp food. (They're non-poisonous.)
    0.1 Storeria dekayi
    Hoping to get some T. s. sirtalis High-Reds next summer!


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    Re: A Real Treat

    Quote Originally Posted by Zephyr View Post
    I have a big, custom-made wood-and-screen enclosure for them.The adult's tank is bare, and the 'pillars will use the same tank only with their food plant in a modified water container in the middle.
    Do you use any heating or lighting? They are nocturnal, aren't they?
    Which is more tempting: The fruit of knowledge or the possessed, talking serpent? DUH! - The Serpent!

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    Re: How about some pics of your other pets

    Now I love snakes, but my main passion is spiders, i have rather alot. heres just a few :P.







    I have centipedes too




    I'll stop now :P

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    Re: How about some pics of your other pets

    Wow you've got some gorgeous arachnids there
    Keeping - 'Florida blue' sirtalis, concinnus, infernalis, parietalis, radix, marcianus and ocellatus.

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    thanks mate, ive been trying to cut down, but i can feel another spider spend coming on haha.

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    Re: How about some pics of your other pets

    Nice tarantulas, Steve. How about naming them when you post your pictures? Just to help out us poor uninitiated! I think I see an Indian Ornamental and maybe a Cobalt Blue.... but I don't really know my Mygalomorphs... now if they were endemic (true) British/European spiders I'd be able to name them all!
    James.

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    Re: How about some pics of your other pets

    ah yes sorry slipped my mind something i usually do too! erm from top to bottom

    Cyriopagpus schioedtei
    Chromtaopelma cyaneopubescens
    Poecilotheria Ornata
    Selenocosmia Dichromata
    Cyclosternum fasciatum

    and the centipede is scolopendra subspinipes dehaani

    I currently have 20 T's a nice round number haha.

    I true love our endemic true spids, im afriad my knowledge of them is lacking i currently have a female tegenaria spp possibly gigantea.

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