I was thinking (surprise surprise) that it would be handy to have a thread of trees and tree material that should be used with caution if used at all
From reading my other post on feeding my Ts, and their growth rate, I would like to spark a discussion on exactly what happens prior to a T going into
Hello, Im new to scorps and have had a desert hairy for 4 months, it is a sub adult, stop eating and very active with its legs and feet. Any ideas what
Been thinking about picking up two from a local place.
Does anyone have resources to a good care guide for Hadrurus arizonensis?
Heres my T's first up Syrup our Acanthoscurria geniculata
And Gorgoroth our Lasiodora parahybana
i personally like it, give it some character.. how big is she?
Haha, yes, I know. I haven't been here long, but I know I would have been in some major trouble with other members if I had left a molting tarantula with
Hadrurus can be quite defensive but not overly aggressive ( except for feeding )
I personally have picked up almost every 1 of mine and have never
It's called stridulation. Animals use it to ward off predators. What is it's genus? I've never heard of these guys before.
Stressful environments slow down almost all animals.
You're on the right track here. First let me state my disdain for the term "premolt". It is so ambiguous that it is hard to determine what