Noticed something different about my T's behaviour.
Again could be completely normal and I am just a novice being
I checked my female davibowie with an egg sac last night a little past 12am to see 2-3 babies crawling out. Snapped a couple shots before it became a
Mine is really skittish (Heterophrynus batesii, if it matters), and I can't get it to go on my hand, no matter what I try. Is this just a personality
My g. rosea has been acting a bit different lately since its been warmed in the NY area(yes, I know rosies are prone to random,
What is this? This guy was perfect just a couple of months ago after his molt. Now his rump is flaking and looks like a scab. He's not in molt, as he
Hence me saying "in my opinion".
That's merely an assumption...one I cannot agree with based on my experiences.
Sounds like pre-molt behaviour to me also. I'd make sure there are no live crickets in there if the T is about to molt. Your spider could end up being
I agree with sam, I think it could be pre-molt or just full, how often do you feed it and how big is it?
Indeed. I love feeding my Ts, it's so hard for me to be patient and give them decent intervals between feedings. At least slings can be fed more often.
Could well be satisfied as she has been feeding very well since I have had her.