Got a couple nice shots of underside
In the process of choosing my 3rd T, and this time I want to get a tree spider. I will be getting a sling as I don't have a lot of money right now.
I've never bred any tarantulas before and I'm planning on breeding my female g. pulchripes as my first project. I was wondering how large she should be
I refuse to believe there are none...We got blues, reds, oranges, blacks, purples and all kinds of other mixes, heck we have a blue and red one called
Hi there! I have a green bottle blue that i got at about an inch. She (wishful thinking) is getting pretty big. I'm thinking she might be due for a grown
Hmm.. judging by the locality..(and those ARE psuedouroctonus)..
they're either P minimus, P angelenus, or P williamsi.
I think "moisture dependent" is pretty good. Alternatively, perhaps "moisture reliant" is a slightly less hyperbolic term in that
Jesse, let me make it clear to you. Two to three years ago I sold you a spider that I believed it was a Brachypelma baumgarteni, I also mentioned to you
Probably due to their habitat... WC arachnids actually do have prey preferences, especially scorpions. smeringurus (both vachoni and mesaensis) probably
Apparently silk is also natural antibiotic so they could be also preserving it.
An additional benefit to all of this - it keeps the ants away. Tarantulas can't kills ants any more than you can kill bacteria with your bare hands. By