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Caribena versicolor/Antilles pinktoe 2fh  (1-2cm)
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Caribena versicolor/Antilles pinktoe 2fh (1-2cm)

Caribena versicolor/Antilles pinktoe 2fh (1-2cm)
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Average rating 5/5
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Availability: Availability - 3 days

Shipping time: 24 hours

Gender: UNSEXED

Size: 1-2cm

Lifestyle: ARBOREAL

Habitat: RAIN FOREST

Temp.: 24-28*C

Humidity: 70-85%

Communal: NO

Experience level: BEGINNER

Quantity: pcs.
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Caribena versicolor - Arboreal
Guadeloupe and Martinique in the Caribbean Sea - 24-27°c
Adult body length 5-6cm
lives in tropical warm area, with monsoon periods. It builds it's retreat in Bromeliacea leaves, between tree branches, inside bamboo trunks, over tree trunks and also within human constructions.
Review Author: David Product rating: Product rating 5/5 Date of review write: 05-05-2020
Received my C.Versicolor the T is alive and well and was very well packed
Review Author: Carlton Product rating: Product rating 5/5 Date of review write: 05-05-2020
First time using CFTN, C. Versi slling just arrived happy and healthy, coaxed it out of the vial with a mealworm, it snatched it up and carried it into its new enclosure without a fuss. Reasonable prices on product and delivery, can’t fault.

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