🕷 Latrodectus pallidus 2nd-4th molt

18,00

Origin: north Africa, Middle East, central Asia
Adaptation: Arboreal
Humidity: 50-70%
Temperatures: 25° Celsius
Encloser: 15X15X30 cm
Light/heating: light is not needed.
Water: a light misting once a week, most moist will come from their pray.
Life span: females up to 3 years, males 3-4 months
Growth rate: fast
Adult size: females 1 cm body males 0.3-0.5 cm body.
Adult color: light brown legs with a off white abdomen .

Toxicity: Due to the presence of latrotoxin in their venom, black widow bites are potentially dangerous and may result in systemic effects (latrodectism) including severe muscle pain, abdominal cramps, diaphoresistachycardia, and muscle spasms.[28] Symptoms usually last for 3–7 days, but may persist for several weeks.
Food: insects
Cites: no
Difficulty 1-10: 8

8 in stock

Category:
Weight0.00 kg
Adaptation

arboreal

color

brown, creame, white

Gender

unsexed

Difficulty

8