The nymphs have been moved into a larger enclosure with my P. cornucevi adult male (he's called Cornucevi, conveniently enough). I haven't written about good old Cornucevi much, really, because there hasn't been much to write. He's very tame and doesn't mind a romp around on my hand and arm - I raised him from a nymph and handled him very early on so he's very approachable. Beautiful thing, simple to look at. He helps the nymphs by breaking the tough edges to the leaves, which newly hatched youngsters may have difficulties doing, so it's a great way to keep lots of bugs in one place, save some space and keep the whole community warm (this is the only heated vivarium in my room).
Back to the ETs though and Terra is doing okay. She's continuing to slow down and seems to go through spells of egg laying. She'll stop for a few days, then lay for a few days - wash, rinse, repeat. It's interesting but she's getting quite old. She moulted into an adult July 31st 2012 so she's now coming up to eight months into her adulthood. It's sad in a way but in her old age she's actually grown a lot more docile with me, I daren't handle her as she's bulky and heavy (and not so graceful on her feet) but she's often reaching out to climb up me when given the chance.
That's it for updates at the moment. I'm trying to get some more multimedia onto the site - got a couple of poor quality videos that I'd really like to upload as well as a bunch of photos.
God bless you all!