This is my first time posting here so I apologize if this is not how things are done...
I'm thinking of potentially making two bioactive biotope terraria, one with tropical rainforest plants native to Peru (optimally the Cusco/Manú National Park area), and the other with southwestern...
The Congo red alligator back scorpion (hottentotta hottentotta) is a medium sized scorpion with potent venom this scorpion is parthenogenic so this means it will give birth on its own and does so around 3 times per year , a very interesting scorpion , must be kept in a desert setup with a water...
'Jolene' has been with us here for about a year. She feeds readily on crickets and wax worms, and will happily accept them from tongs. She has a Formic Acid supplement that dusts her food once weekly.
Collection is from PE38 by appointment only.
Following the eventual death of my pair of desert iguanas, I'm selling their old home (it's been empty for 6+ monhs). It served them well for many years, after the expert help of folk on here in getting the setup right in the first place!
The Viv is 48" x 24" (x21" high), and I can include the...
Was thinking of moving my sand boa onto a natural type substrate, something desert/Savannah like, I was looking at this brand
Anyone ever use this before? if so does it hold burrows well...
I'm selling our double level Vivarium as our last Rankin dragon passed away (old age at 13, not disease) so we no longer need it.
It comes with 2 fluorescent tube drivers which power 2 42" tubes.
Habistat dimming thermostat.
Back drop on lower Viv, various climbing logs, basking rocks and water...
Hi I have looked around, but cannot find anything conclusive. I am setting up a bearded dragon viv for my wife and a Ackie monitor viv for myself. I was to setup a natural looking viv for both. My plan is to use sand/excavator clay with rock to for the main structure, but I need advise on the...
I am building a desert scrubland vivarium and want to be a dried river bed, I have seen pictures of a user Pirez's tarantula enclosures.
Any one know how I could recreate that? I would prefer not to use excavator sand. Do you think I can just mix clay and sand? If so what clay could i use...
One Desert Mojave Male for sale, a stunning looking snake with great colour and a much reduced pattern.
The parents were a Male Desert Spider and Female Mojave, both owned and bread by myself.
Feeding well on small weaner rats, striking well.
Weighed in at 122grams at the weekend, and...
Queen ant and 4 workers and small Brood
I am offering for sale a Queen ant (Arizona Desert Harvester Colony / USA) Pogonomyrmex rugosus ant species. A small starter colony, the hard work has been done as she has founded her small colony with 4 workers now and a brood. These are deep red ants...
Hey guys, I have a desert iguana and just have a couple of general questions, total newbie to this!
I've had him for a little over 6 months now and managed to get by with the help of friends who have experience with reptiles, but info on desert iggy's seems impossible to come by!
Adult trio of Desert iguanas, male and one of the females is proven. Feeding well on greens and veg. Have had UV and supplements. Do best with Arcadia 12% UV I have found.
Great characters, will feed out of your hand once they are settled, if you have something tempting. The male is...
I am selling a Male Desert Ball Python which is 500g. It is a good eater and is feeding on defrost rats weekly. I am looking for £170.
Feel free to call or text any time for further info pics or any questions on 07792931481.
I have the following for sale:
Lesser 1 : 900g £175
Lesser 2 : 910g £175
Cinnamon: 625g £120
Pinstripe : 1250g £300
Pastel 1: 1450g £90
Pastel 2: 1070g £90
Mojave (Proven): 1500g £130
Albino (Proven): 750g £130 (Can be a bit of a random feeder)
Pied (Proven): 1070g £450