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Sing Looking About.
My phormictopus dominican purple sp. I have to say s/he is one of my boldest spoods. They molted yesterday and I hope to update this pic soon.
I've got an eye on this genus. Will have to add one to my collection. Just not sure which species to go for yet
 
I've got an eye on this genus. Will have to add one to my collection. Just not sure which species to go for yet

I have two of the same genius. Teddy Bear is a phormictopus auratus and Sing. They both have wildly different habits. One is bold while the other literally dug up her enclosure, made a network of tunnels, then decided to live there every 3 weeks out of 4.

I'm looking for more. I do love the colors and more or less, complacent attitudes. Neither has kicked hairs but I did get a threat pose once. It was my fault though. I gently tapped the lid on Sing's enclosure and UP they went. It was feeding day, so yeah... Kind of had to knock to let them know what I was doing. Still didn't like it. They were quickly subdued with the bribery of 2 meal worms. Both are heavy eaters and I like that. So I would absolutely recommend them. Of course I don't hold them or do much other than cleaning and sneak pictures when I can. :cool:
 
I have two of the same genius. Teddy Bear is a phormictopus auratus and Sing. They both have wildly different habits. One is bold while the other literally dug up her enclosure, made a network of tunnels, then decided to live there every 3 weeks out of 4.

I'm looking for more. I do love the colors and more or less, complacent attitudes. Neither has kicked hairs but I did get a threat pose once. It was my fault though. I gently tapped the lid on Sing's enclosure and UP they went. It was feeding day, so yeah... Kind of had to knock to let them know what I was doing. Still didn't like it. They were quickly subdued with the bribery of 2 meal worms. Both are heavy eaters and I like that. So I would absolutely recommend them. Of course I don't hold them or do much other than cleaning and sneak pictures when I can. :cool:

They are nice, big, pouncey looking T's. Very appealing
 

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