He escaped, and has apparently been living in the bathtub drain in our rarely used spare bathroom for some time.
I've removed the drain
I recently moved my collection to a new T room, my walk-in closet, which I have modified to fit my needs. Of course I have removed
So I just recently got an H.saulcy. I've been keeping it dry, at 78f (day) to 70f (night), with a water dish. Is this fine or should I adjust something?
Hi all, I have a chilobrachys fimbriatu who seems all happy, burrowing away no issues at all, and I noticed today she's constructed what looks like an
A smithi is found in that general area. Gotta find undisturbed habitat. The prefer loamy soil in open scrub/chaparral.
Use a stick
Neither of those are identifiable :\
all i can say is the top is a philodromid, and the bottom is a lycosid...
Not the best picture, but i think this should be H. minusalta!
Hello Ripa!How are you?
You say the Florida Keys Scolopendra alternans has a uniform coloration,I would say something like "it looks like a
take a couple pipe cleaners remove all the fuzzy stuff except on the last inch of both twist them togather bend the ends to a 90 degree on one end and
I was gonna say "why not make a youtube video of the drain dwelling tarantula" but then again, the internet would probably have a panic attack.