I'm gonna be posting pictures of my Inverts as my collection rapidly grows. I hope you guys enjoy! First off is my RCF Grammostola Rosea.
One of my ivories is just laying on the top of the substrate in her tank. She isn't moving and when I tapped her, picked her up and placed her back down
I was hoping to get some information from someone who have kept these jumpers before...
I have had many jumpers
The P. imperator scorpling i have is doing great. He ate a whole pre-killed mealie just about 3/4 his size. So cool!
Feel free to drop a personal story of yours when or if you got tagged.
Awesome, thanks...i have them in Little containers ( the ones betta fish come in.) once i see one eat, i transfer it into its own container
Then I guess you won't be getting any more tarantulas because the only way to get a sexed individual or anything that isn't a rose hair, A.avic, or a
Please enlighten me as to how this makes it any less valid. English isn't always everyone's first language.
However they are commensal.
I'm sure they're left alone because they're toxic.
Where exactly did you find it? My mother and I used to find these all the time near Lowel Ponds. I live in Denver by the way.
Firstly, there was never any mention that the tarantula sensed the toxins and that's why it didn't eat the frog or toad. It's all the lack of a need to