About 2-3 months ago, I got a juvenile Heterophrynus batesii and had it in an 18" cube exoterra. I have been unable to find him/her, even though
Well, to make a very long story short - I used to keep large collections of live inverts, ~ 20 yrs ago. Then I stopped. And, stuck to deadstock only.
I know some spiders are able to produce multiple egg sacs with one mating (like widows and funnel weavers) but can jumping spiders do this as well? For
At my local pet store they have a flat rock scorpion for sale. And that's all it says. All the tarantulas have the scientific names but not the scorpion.
Within the next month or so, I am going to receive my first millipedes-- 10 juvenile flamelegs from SDCPs.
A few months ago, I began collecting
Thanks, guys. I was just asking, because a friend will be giving me a enormous (my eyes popped out of my head the first time I saw her LOL) P. audax.
I have purchased two rosies, one female, the other one a male, from a local pet store. Today, I purchased an A. avicularia male, and all three have been
the lids of bottles here are 2 cm wide and 1 cm high!
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and that is good
They are 1" across...16 mm for those on the metric system. You can see it in the back corner...well you can see most of it.
That's the impression I am getting about them from the stuff I am reading on the internet. Hmmmm very interesting....
I really dont know why the picture is sideways