I keep isopods in all my scorpion habitats as cleanup crews. Has anybody used isopods in with their tarantulas? If so how did it work out. Thanx for
I'm ashamed I should know better by now, but have a questions about optimal temps for feeder crickets. My tarantula room is now about 72 to 74 degrees.
Besides flooding the burrow and just straight up digging them out, is there anything else I can do that's easy and won't put me or my spider in harm's
My H. Lividum molted two weeks ago. Yesterday I went to feed her but I saw her clinging to the top of the enclosure. So assumed it was the sub being too
So I've never had mites before but today my husband pointed out a tiny little crawling white thing on the glass and I'm sure it must be a mite... I don't
I would worry that they might stress the spider out by constantly walking on it. I don't know if that's actually a concern, but it'd worry me anyway.
I think the higher temps are suggested for raising colonies. And I believe I also read that they do fine at lower temps, but do not breed as readily.
Just updated to 37.0 of Firefox. Still no fix. Just reporting so nobody gets their hopes up like I did. Hmmph! I bet if this had been an issue with Facebook
just went out and got my AGBs a nice piece of bark gonna bake it now
+1. Keep them dry! Moisture kills them. I use large plastic bins with no substrate, paper towels on the bottom, and they get their food and water from
Give her a bigger hide as well, that one looks a bit too small..