I have recently bought a small juvenile E. Pachypus with a legspan of around 3 cm. It does not have the thick legs that females of this species have,
I have this irrational concern that one day I'll just wake up with a spontaneous case of arachnophobia and have to get rid of all my Ts. Every day I first
Are there any? If so, do they only get rid of mold or can they prevent it? And where can I get my hands on some?
Hello all, this is my new pterinopelma sazimai and I was looking around for info and couldn't find much.. Anyone know what their temperament is like as
Hey all, I think this is my first posting, but Ive been floating around here for a bit now, and decided that if I ask anyone this question, it would be
"moisture endemic" or "humectant reliant."
I'm partial to the second on because it sounds fun and is pretty good at
I have a ridiculous and completely irrational fear of all the harmless insects I feed my Ts :P I canīt even look at a colony of superworms without freaking
No need metallica. Mr baumgarteni has it all figured out.
Lol... especially with centipedes. Oh my.... I triple-check that the lids are all the way down!
They definitely are dimorphic. I can post a picture tomorrow if it helps, but it has no signs at all of having fuzzy legs.
I believe they are sexually dimorphic. The females have the fuzzy back legs. Mine already had fuzzy legs when I got her and she was at 3"