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Chromatus tend to be abit skittish in my experience but not defensive. I wouldn’t recommend handling thou as their hairs are no joke.
as for care they do just fine with a hide and overflowing a water dish from time to time.
The size of the enclosure isn’t important.(no walls in the wild) a small secure place to hide is required thou. Over exposure can cause a T stress and lead to other issues. The main reason many don’t use larger enclosures is because of space. You may also find that your T won’t wander around too...
I don’t know how to word this without coming across as being nasty but you need to stop posting photos from books and passing them as your own.
It’s ok to not have certain species or even any Ts at all, no one is going to judge you.
Experience is the most important and as your so young you have...
I view it as watching crime documentaries. I have no interest in breaking the law but it’s interesting to see how low a dishonest person is willing to go to get what they want. No matter how close to them the victim may be :)
No problem. The difference between Honduran and Nicaraguan is easy to spot. The one pictured in the op is a Nicaraguan. The one below is a Honduran
It looks more like an LP than an Albo.
The 3rd locality is Ometepe Island. I’ve never seen an adult myself so if anyone who has a picture can post...