I've been lazy enough to go almost three weeks without making a single post! I've stored up a bunch of pictures and have a lot of things to post about, so keep your eye on the blog!
I'll start with some growth updates.
First, my large Scutigera coleoptrata molted a couple weeks ago, not much of a change in size really at all but here's a pic anyway!
|S.coleoptrata next to exuvia|
Second, my Polyphaga saussurei nymph has molted twice since I last showed pictures of her! I'm probably the most excited that this invert has been growing, I just can't wait for it to grow into the largest Corydid in the hobby!
Here are some pictures of it from it's last and current instars.
|P.saussurei nymph after 1 molt|
|P.saussurei nymph after 2 molts|
Here are some current pictures of him!
Last but not least, my Eurycotis decipiens hatchlings have been molting as well. There is probably over fifty of them now with all the oothecae that have been hatching, still plenty more to go!There are many second instar nymphs and probably a couple third instars as well, but for now here's a picture of one of the second instars.
|Second instar E.decipiens nymph|
Well, that's it for now, hope you guys enjoyed reading, and until next time, goodbye! :)