Does the Psalmopoeus pulcher slings burrow(like some Poecilotheria)? Or are they more likely to go arboreal if given the correct set up(like most? Avics)?
My P ornata molted last night and I discovered this. It started off as a white gut colored goo and darkened as it dried. My question to ya'll is if you've
I have noticed that my flamelegs sometimes have a segment near the posterior end of the body that is much lighter than the others. Is this evidence of
Here's a link to the story.
now 4 out of 10 of my Ts have molted in 10 days. the last one was yesterday, it was my GBB. and after close examination of the molt, I am proud to say
I have to agree with you on that,especially true with novice keepers. While when you've been keeping avics for a while,you tend to start to differentiate
Reading the entire article, I gathered that this is one of those EXTREMELY rare cases in which the spider was actually seen in the act of biting and captured
You are correct about bicegoi adults being easily identified but so are a lot of them close to or in adult stage. I have raised a couple bicegoi from
2-3 day shipping in The Northern parts of the world in the winter months do not exist....unless you do not mind killing spiders and have money to toss!
You could get a Power generator and keep Ts alive with it, but that would be pricey,.
I didnt have any... All available containers had Ts in them! LOL!!
Really not the end of the world...
I got my Ts mentioned