Posted Jul 11, 2014
E. cyanognathus is one of the more uncommon in the genus, but care and personality are very similar to its cousins, such as E. murinus and E. uatuman. These need ample substrate (6" or better) to burrow in, and their humidity requirements are very high. If they are kept too dry, they will die, so moisture and the burrow is imperative for them to self-regulate. They are extremely skittish and defensive, and will not hesitate to bite when provoked, so handling is not recommended.