Can vinegar be applied to the enclosure a T is in? I've had issues in which maggots have been formed from a corner dampened
About 2 years ago I purchased this tarantula at a pet store. they had absolutely no idea what kind it was and they didn't even know they had it. I brought
I've made a video of myself rehousing 4 OBTs out of their vials and into a deli cup to show the technique I personally use and to show to those who have
I recently got a new G. Rosea and I thought I'd try to encourage my MM to make a sperm web for her. I put them both on the floor so they could meet and
I bought two geniculatas in mid October and I have come to the conclusion that both of them are not good eaters. They act like... well I'm not sure but
I hear ya. I kept snakes (a lot of them and a long list of species) for a very long time, but now we only have one. It's just a plain ol' ordinary corn
Pretty sure the OP was just making a funny and isn't really expecting a refund.
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Yes I do. Myself and another board member find them to be a bit flighty and finicky esp when they are young. In comparison my minatrix and metallica were
I vote no, no & no to the vinegar. I have a damp corner in my chaco gk enclosure (no maggots/mites thankfully) but since it's in a corner, I often
I spent some time looking at vent sexing pics on a couple forums; keep doing until you get a feel for it. Well worth the time. They'll be some pics
A number of factors could interfere with feeding habits. Factors such as stress, correct husbandry, molt cycle, and age.
But, yes, all Ts