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RE: identification....

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Posted by: kurakura at Fri Apr 6 15:45:46 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by kurakura ]  
   

I might add that the 2 first pics are of the same animal and the last one is of another animal. They where bought as 1.1 A.crucigera. The female has laid an egg and it is put in an incubator at 29C. And yes Jobi they look very much like the animal that u posted a picture of, they lack the spikes over the eyes though, but the owner told me that there seems to be a bit of scaring where the spikes where supposed to be. So Jobi you think that theese are of the unnamed species????


   

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