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  1. Invert Care Sheets
    I havnt searched so I don't know if there is already a sheet on here about this species (apologies if there is) Heres a care sheet I threw together after about a year of keeping this species, when starting to sell my sticks babies. I had to search all over to find out info about them when I...
  2. Spiders and Inverts
    I have lots of these left and am selling for £1 each now. They must be collected from Hastings as I fear for the weather turning even colder very soon. Would be open to offers on a larger group of them if interested. I have about 40 - 50 of them that need to find homes very soon...
  3. Invert Classifieds
    Trachyaretaon Bruekneri Females get to about 6 inches. Nice chunky, robust stick insects. Really interesting to watch. Calm and docile so they handle nicely too. Great choice of stick insect for kids. Eating bramble atm but should accept a range of plants easily enough. Check the weblink below...
  4. Invert Classifieds
    Thorny Armed mantis nymphs (Stagmomantis Theophila) for sale All nymphs are L2-L3 and are feeding on either large fruit flies or house flies. This species is fantastic to watch hunt, as young nymphs they are very quick and can jump around like acrobats. They are avid predators and grow...
  5. Lizards
    These are cute, anyone know if they are easy to get hold of, and how much they normally cost
  6. Spiders and Inverts
    Hi, I was just wondering if anyone had any info on Borneo Thornies? As I am trying to keep and possibly breed some. About 2 months ago I bought 2 stick insects from my local exotic petshop. The label said simply 'Borneo Thorny', and as I didn't know that much about them (I haven't had any...
  7. Lizards
    Can a thorny devil lizard (Moloch) Be kept as a pet? They look awesome! I want one :P They can be held and are very gentle when held.
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