I ordered these species online and they will be comeing this next week and I can't find any care sheets when I Google the name or when I look on here.
How bad are Stromatopelma calceatums? I've heard they're actually aggressive but I've also seen people say they aren't any worse than pokies. What are
Hi, Frank Indiviglio here. Iím a herpetologist, zoologist, and book author, recently retired from a career spent at several zoos, aquariums, and museums,
Received my first T almost 2 weeks ago and she's doing great. A 3" B. albopilosum.
Cup is a temporary hide. First one I put
This subject may be under discussion somewhere else here, so if that is the case, please direct me There as I cannot find it.
I have 2 slings. I keep mine at 75-77 (as I do all my spiders) basically anywhere in the 70s is fine for them. I keep their substrate slightly damp. I
Yes I assumed this, I put that there for the benefit of readers who are new to the hobby =) The last thing we want are people going straight from roseas
I remember looking at these a few years ago and I think they require moist and deep substrate, but don't count on what I just said; I could be completely
there was no tragedy!!? he was washed out but when the sun came out he went crawling back up again.
I actually have a juvie P.met and two sub adult male P.regalis. I also own a juvie (2") H.mac. This thread wasn't started to see if I could handle