I was wondering how owners of this T keep it , I also am getting Ceratogyrus darlingi .
I got a female chilobrachys sai yok right now & other
Does anyone else use delis with special lids? I use 32 oz for 3/4"+ arboreals and fossoreals and 16 oz for 1"+ terrestrials.
Is there any good way to tell what instar a T is in if no records were kept?
As it's too cold in Wisconsin this time of year I'm spending the winter working on the new Herp/T room getting ready for my spring splurge.
My pinktoe looks nothing like that.
From what I know these are the distinctive Avic slings.
purpurea, sp. Ecuador,
Concerning Phlogius sp"stents" and G. pulchripes
1) Temperature range.
2) Humidity range.
Try this list on for size, I wonder if same author was involved?http://www.arachnoboards.com/ab/show...as-!-WOW!-Epic
Maybe emporer was too big to kill it easy, since spider was so small.. Sorry for your loss though Galapoheros. I guess kukulcania are very tough vs oversized
My C. darlingi is by far the easiest spider I have to take care of. Provide a water dish, plenty of room to burrow, and you're good. I keep mine in one
I cant possibly picture a kukulcania successfully taking down a hadrurus, though, lol. Kuks have really small fangs