I live in the Northern part of Colorado and it is very dry here all the time. I've heard a lot of folks here say to put a water dish in with your T and
My first T, a juvenile Brachypelma Albopilosum. Super docile, and with a great appetite Not sure of gender yet. I think he/she is kinda adorable.
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
It depends on what you are keeping. Care sheets give you a decent idea about what humidity requirements your species needs. Spritzing the substrate
I use water bowls for all my spiders, and we get 50-60" of rain a year here in Florida. If I was as dry as you, I'd have a humidifier going in my
I just love my ultra! Can't wait till mating starts next year..
Freshly molted female S.calceatum
Poec slings vary a lot in spinning, some are prolific, others minimalists. It's not a sign of them being happy or acclimated, just personal preference.
Lol, just the fact that you mention snow makes me giggle. Its warm in WI in the winter if its snowing....much of the time its simply too cold to snow.
Laeta, bicegoi, & minatrix are on my Avic want list (as are some of the rare ones which may or may not be in this country). Also need Iridopelma