Monday, December 6, 2021

Welcome Back, Pseudoglomeris tarsalis!

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Well, it's been a while since I saw them last, but I've finally got myself a group of Pseudoglomeris tarsalis to work with! 😁 This species has somehow eluded culture in the US for quite a while, they just never really got established here. Recently there's been some success breeding them here though, and now I get to keep some for myself! ☺️

I've got my group in a very well ventilated gallon container, with a thin layer of coconut fiber, and bark hides and leaf litter for hides. I'm keeping half the enclosure humid, the other half dry, as they supposedly like it the drier side. I'll be feeding them dog food, pollen/artificial pollen, and fresh fruits. I'll be keeping them warm for optimal breeding (75-85F°). One of the adult females in the group actually gave birth shortly after arrival, and there's another female that doesn't look far behind.

Here are some pics of my group:

Group of adults and nymphs
Newborn nymph

Adult female

Hopefully these will do well for me long term, I'm glad to finally have a healthy population of one of the hobby Pseudoglomeris! 😁 

Anyways, that's gonna do it for this post, thanks for reading, hope you enjoyed, stay safe, and I'll see you all next time! 😉

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