A few days ago I was asked by my friends 6 year old son which of my T's was my favourite? That's easy I said it's my B emilia no wait it's my G pulchra
I have been interested in spiders for a couple years due to a regular orb weaver showing up at my house scaring the daylights
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I have an Ivory Millipede Chicobolus spinigerus, and I'd like to keep some others with her. Currently she is in a small KK with a mix of peat moss, dead
Life's beginning to get busier and it's nice to know that I don't have to worry much about the animals I'm taking care of since they are so low maintenance.
To be honest I'm glad none of my new world tarantulas are affectionate XD Wouldn't exactly like a Brachypelma trying to snuggle!
But I agree,
Beautiful sling Jason!!
I read it as he wrote it: 'Now if they would only give love and affection.' That's not what the animal kingdom is about, it's about survival and is often
I personally think its a nice deal big ol smithi, and pulchra. 2 ultramarius.. that alone is like 2.5-3x investment imo.. ig depends where you are. Even
feed the young ones fruit flies or pinhead crickets/lateralis! Separate them as well, they can be kept together, but cannibalism is always an issue
These are pretty easy to find, especially in gardens and forest edges/meadows. I think this particular species does not live as long as some of the genus