How cool! Do you have any baby stick pictures? :)
As Chesh correctly stated none of the sticks have hatched yet
BUT!! I do have two baby sticks of a different species! One of them moulted yesterday or the day before (found the moulted skin on the bottom of the bucket), they're sooo tiny I can't get any clear photos but one is smaller than the width of my thumb whereas the other has finally breached that point.
I'll be getting tons of baby pics once the eggs start to hatch and will also get some of the two of another species once they're big enough.
As for photoage of the adults... (I won't post IMG tags as I know some people are uneasy around insects and I don't want to scare them away if they're stalking this topic xD)...
- This is Creeper, he passed away a couple of weeks ago and was a sub-adult, due to moult
- This is Terra, my adult egg laying beast before she started laying eggs (she's even bigger now)
- This is Firma, Terra's mate
- This is Gaia, my gorgeous little lady
And I DO have a photo of the baby sticks! I just found the link heh, it's very blurry but you can just about see a line by my thumb, that's one of them! http://i759.photobucket.com/albums/x...s/P1010545.jpg
Another round of sorting tiny things, HUZZAH!!! :) Got your PM, haven't had a chance to get back yet - busy weekend coming up, but I MUST check in!
Toad. . . I don't think any of Terra's eggs have hatched yet, but I've seen shots of the momma, and she's an AMAZING creature! Hopefully Spooks will direct you to the images when she comes around next. Really neat critters. . . I'm so glad they're doing well!
Hehe! I'm hoping to go to the aquatics store this weekend and discuss ferts so that's as busy as my weekend will get
Hope yours goes well!
OH! Mum's workplace offered to take all the snails! YES! I bagged them up last night (tried to separate them into two bags: one with Ramshorn and Malaysian trumpets and the other with bladder snails) and I have my DESK BACK! Woo!!
I tried removing the jug and plate from the piece of driftwood today... removing the jug may be possible but the place has
to stay for a fair while yet... at least the wood is finally sinking!