Discussion in 'Member Photos' started by Vers, Feb 26, 2012.
Awesome pics Joey! She's lookin' good!
Here are a few pic,
a cricket leg
Female sand gecko
Male sand gecko
Sand gecko eggs
Wow! Those guys are small, I didn't know they were that small Do they stay like that?
Yep, male adults are about 3.5" females are about 4" total length. Eggs are like peas. Babies are about 1"
Here is a photo of a spider plant bloom, it's just so delicate and simple so I thought I'd share;
Sully the cat You can really notice his cataracts in this picture he is almost blind from them
His left eye looks pretty well covered. I wonder how much it cost to have them removed.
My parents Snowshoe Siamese is such a sook!
One day I'll have a dslr....
My Vet never did say if they can be removed or even suggested surgery. I know surgerys dealing with the eyes is in the $2000+ mark. Since he is such an old boy I don't think I would risk putting him under. He gets around amazingly well for being nearly blind. He basically has 3 places in the house, my bed, the couch and the laundry room(cat food, water and litter box all in there.)
Love the baby seahorses!! I wish I could set up a tank with them
Nice shots everyone! The weather has been unseasonably warm lately so I've had a chance to actually get out and shoot, but have yet to process anything. So, for now, here are a few more from the library...
I like the beetle. My favorites are the spiders, though. I demand more spiders.
They are a ton of fun, the one in the second pic is an adult ( I keep Hippocampus zosterae aka dwarf) I'll throw out a few more pics.
Few more seahorses
You keep mantellas?
In the past. Had laevigata, baroni, madagascariensis, pulchra, viridis, ebenaui, expectata. All of them are with a guy in Indy now.
I still have crocea and aurantiaca
Very cool. I'd love to see more pictures eventually.
Thanks--I'm assuming you're referring to the stinkbug? Anyway, I'll do my best to post more spiders for you.
Very! Thank you.
Awesome photos guys! Love that last spider photo, man that is a lot of babies
Sweet Especially like the young Sceloporus Looks like a female southwestern veriety that gets a pretty good size.
Ok so I have a one track mind these days
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