I visit my grandpa's ranch every month or so and during the fall we always come across wandering Ebony Tarantula males looking for a mate...and i was
I need more information on how to do the aforementioned things. So far the best info I got was from:
I have an empty enclosure (30 x 20 x 20 cm) that is screaming for a new inhabitant I would like to get a NW terrestrial species, but I am having trouble
Last night, while bulldozing her substrate (i suspect a pre molt is near) my Pterinochilus murinus overturned the water dish.
Has anyone ever done this? Does anyone have any opinions or suggestions about it?
The Pamphobeteus species looks great, but they will probably get to big for my enclosure though.
+1 on those two species. Both are spunky and gorgeous!
(Aphonopelma eutylenum) ok here ya are thanks.
We need scientific names. Common names are useless.
Well, I'll try anything for my 'failure to thrive' A diversipes, so now I am trying increasing moisture. And I just found a few pinhead roaches and crix
It's still small, about 1".