To an average collector is it really a big deal? Or is it only important for breeders?
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Hey there, I have an L. parahybana who started molting about 2 hours ago at most. He's a sling, so of course the process is very quick, especially with
Hi, Frank Indiviglio here. Iím a herpetologist, zoologist, and book author, recently retired from a career spent at several zoos, aquariums, and museums,
Hello again guys! First off, I hope every one is having a happy Halloween. Second, I am pleased to report that pumpkin guts and pumpkin rind is huge hit
[SIZE=4][/SIZ what one species of tarantula do you think is underated and you would like to see more of in the hobby. My pick is a.hentzi. in my experience
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I have a P Metallica and a H Lividum and of the two the P Metallica is the more obviously blue. She is also out on display more. The H Livid looks very
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It's really important in the aus hobby/
He doesn't look very tiny to me so do not overfeed him, because they are very sensitive for getting prolaps. Apart from that, keep him moist and at the