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Klawfran3's spider beetle colony


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#1 Offline klawfran3 - Posted April 20 2017 - 10:11 AM

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I just picked up a little colony of spider beetles from someone on another forum, these guys are the absolute cutest little things. They are absolutely PUNY, probably only 2-3mm in leg span tops. Some people say they look like ticks and I agree, but I also thing they're adorable how they bumble around and are all globular and cute. I'll be documenting how my starter colony grows, see what foods they like/ don't like, and experiment on how to make the grow faster. For now though here's pics of the little buggers, I'll be updating again eventually when something happens with them :)

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