Yet another little story of a tarantula doing what a tarantula wants to do...
After finishing munching on an adult male B. dubia,
Interesting thing. I appreciate if some of you, have an idea.
First, sorry for the quality of the photos, but I made them with a cheap digital
Aye! I bet a few people including me would love to see how you keep your roach species! I will go ahead and start with some of my colonies.
As many of you know my wife LOVES pokies and baboons. I myself prefer NW terrestrials and some Avics. I am in fact terrified of all things Old world.
I am getting a female 1.5-2" c darlingi next week and im wondering when is big enough for adult housing? Can I do that right away or do I wait? What
I should get some of these! Not sure what I can house in them, (I basically only keep insects) but if they are cheap, then I'll pick some up!
Those look like they make nice enclosures! I like that they can be locked as well. It's too bad that they are pricey. I can only afford the cheap stuff
If the environment is "hostile" it doesn't effect any of my animals, as they are just fine. Mold on food that is left out is still a problem.
I have a P. rufilata that I expect will be too big for it's sling enclosure when it next molts, and, since the red runner I put in there a few days ago
pfff just mess with it! it wont kill you...much coulda told you that wasnt gona holt its literally melted plastic lmao
I only keep two tarantulas, a Brachypelma albopilosum who keeps her setae to herself, and a tiny Euathlus sp. "Red" that I've seen flick setae,