Roadkill so excuse it for being scruffy. In size this is reminiscent of a tarantula hawk.
I have a pair of Phiddipus who are mature. They have been for a couple of months. The female has been holed up for weeks in a silk retreat she considerably
The local pet shop here doesn't really sell anything other than meal/super worms & crickets but I wanted to try feeding my G. rosea something other
Guys, at the expo I just got B. auratum, B.vagans for free and a A. Metallica. This is my first time keeping pink toes so can anyone offer me any tips?
As you may know, My Avicularia just passed away. I would like to freeze dry it, but I have a technical question.
I don't personally own these, but I volunteer at our town's Nature Center and have had the pleasure of caring for and interacting with a few species of
Sorry, I had forgotten my password to Arachnoboards and couldn't update, but anyways thank you and EVERYONE else for the information!! I just ordered
My Chilobrachys Khiri Khan sling named Frank Ocean started molting around 2:30am, I'm going to upload pics after its done.
What makes you say that? Canada has a few species we don't have(and others they had way before the US), do to one dealer. He actually goes to the big
Freeze drying might work, but the tarantula would be extremely brittle when dried out. There is also the risk that the tarantula would crumble during
Thank you. Dealers don't really want to carry them, but people (mostly beginners) ask for them. Dealers pay next to nothing for them, and then sell