I have noticed that the enclosure housing my Pampho sp Ecuador II has become infested with mites. Totally my fault as he loves his moisture, I have caught
Hello all, I just received a package of T's, in which a couple there was a little blotch of.. Not sure what it is, yet the T's didn't seem in any harm.
While I do believe 12" is one of those size myths, the animated illustrations of this presentation are kind of cool.
Since I am still in the
I have a bit of a Tarantula Physiology question, On a lot of your old world and some new world Species they have this blueish/greenish
As I posted in another thread, I fear that my G. rosea of of 11 years and around a month is on it's way out, she's been sluggish and in semi-death curl
Looks more along the lines of dieing or dead. Substrate gathering up like that is from her reaching out trying to get hold of something to right herself.
Personally i think leaving the sac with the mom is the worse thing you can do. Unless its M. balfouri. Sometimes youll get lucky and have a good mother,
I turned on the light briefly this morning and found it like this. It's on its back and I can see one leg in the air. I didn't touch the enclosure or
Probably, here's a link. From the main forum menu it's towards the bottom, between "off topic" and "reports".
Agree with viper69. Why make such a fuss about the guy's enclosure size? P. rufilatas don't live in appropriately sized enclosures in the wild, do they?
IMO you need to rehouse and kill the possibility of mites altogether. What did you use for substrate. I've had issues in the past with this