These are all photos taken over the last 24 hours of some of my Ts just chilling.
B. albopilosum showing
Just talked into my room and this is the first thing I see.
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)?
Around this time of year, family members.
Hmm.. well if i wasnt such a reptile whobhates cold wi with no snow would sound amazing
During the summers WI is also exceptionally humid, but like mentioned, when temps really drop, it takes the moisture right out of the air...ya don't even
The slings aren't much different than other species in the genus but all my pulcher juvie/adults have been a bit more "arboreal" than my cambridgei,
Yes, a lot of mine are like that but the little albo is always busy rearranging its home, until I shine a torch into its hole then it will come to the
Haha, tarantulas DO like to chill, don't they? Mine will sit in the same spot for hours on end. He/she may move a leg once in a while, but otherwise is