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The biggest issue you will have is the bottom jaw. I would suggest zip tying them together(top and bottom) until its dry. Also I agree with...
Use the metal duct tape to tape it on.
I believe you are correct what you have is commonly called “larder” beetles. At one point I had some and experimented with them. They do eat flesh...
George Roof you can using the Mobile App
Adult dwarf chameleon is the most recent I have done.
Re: 176" Colorado Bighorn Sheep Skull
Looking for US species only.
hooded and hognose skunks
Smaller uncommon rodents.
No headshot or otherwise...
Actually $100 30 years ago had a whole heck of a lot more buying power than it does now. If you do the calculations the bear would be 330ish in...
Everything looks really well thought and planned out well. Love how everything looks. Definitely not your average hacked...
I use both - try switching to Clear "Dawn" if you can. Seems to work best for me.
You can try a week or two. You can also try household ammonia and dawn together. What temperature is your degrease bucket running at?
Why Windex? Just curious what does thats different than water.
One thing I would add to seawolf's comment.... put the clean skull on something like a shelf so once they leave it they cannot easily climb back...
Yes I beetle clean 98% of my skulls.
Ms. Rigor you should be abolento keepnthem together throughout the whole process. If they do come apart they should come apart at the "seams"...
I can vouch for Carla's work! She is great
I use a dehumidifier in the room I keep the beetles in during the summer, it will keep the humidity in check inside the beetle box. In the winter...
Doug what sort of problems are you having low humidity or high humidity?
Depending on your location your issues could be completely different.