Just received my E. Sp. Red pair and Boehmi sling from Mindibun. Awesome packing job and great communication throughout. I
Hi all -
I have a supposedly MM B. boehmei and he's gorgeous and quite fuzzy, for lack of a better word.
I stay away from
I'm trying to think of possibilities of communal set ups for insects. Without the fear of them devouring or killing the other species.
Yesterday my (now 10") T stirmi female molted and I noticed the area around her eyes is bald. What is this from? Her diet is mainly super worms and
Of all the tarantulas, it had to be my A. genic. Can't tell how bad it is yet, don't want to disturb her right after a moult. The stuck carapace is probably
I agree, now that being said, from what I have read MM B. boehmei have tibial hooks.
Just a reminder...but the L. laeta, L. intermedia, L. gaucho population in Santiago, Chile, causes regular fatalities. According to a study submitted
Really glad you posted this question and figured it out.
Wait, do you mean his chelicerae http://waynesword.palomar.edu/images2/tarantula4b.jpg.
But I thought the problem was that the eggs were inside the cricket and the spider just isn't taking them in/digesting them? Its not that crickets are
Don't look for tibial hooks! 30 genera don't have them. Look for the emboli at the end of the plaps.