So, I went to the Northwestern Berks Reptile show on the hunt for a tarantula. I cared for the biology departments terrestrial t collection for 4 years
Hello fellow lovers of the 8-legged wonders of the world! I do believe I have asked this question before, but I think it was on the AB Facebook and I
Alright, so March break is coming up (going away on 3/6) and I'm going home to visit my family (and other pets) on Long Island. I have a vinegaroon and
Ok did a quick search through arachnoboards and there wasn't anything found right off the bat about owning a p. murinus. I wanted to put this up for those
Ok I have the option of getting a ten inch female burgundy Goliath or 7 inch female. I have a adult male but may be past his time and a sub adult male
I'd live to see some dark forms cross the pond from Europe to here. Not sure why the various murinus color forms aren't usually imported along with the
That's a relief! I swear I'm a nervous wreck!
Which those do work well, was just saying that our budget strapped op could use a humidifier to achieve the same effect. Though it sounds like your anaconda
Laeta's a close second, and it goes thru an even bigger color transformation.
For tarantulas kept in a dry climate or where furnaces are used a lot, a room humidifier is a great idea.
Correct...I could use a humidifier now that I think about it...also I don't use fog for any of my Ts...I was suggesting a fogger for the OP as they they