Roadkill so excuse it for being scruffy. In size this is reminiscent of a tarantula hawk.
I have a pair of Phiddipus who are mature. They have been for a couple of months. The female has been holed up for weeks in a silk retreat she considerably
The local pet shop here doesn't really sell anything other than meal/super worms & crickets but I wanted to try feeding my G. rosea something other
Guys, at the expo I just got B. auratum, B.vagans for free and a A. Metallica. This is my first time keeping pink toes so can anyone offer me any tips?
As you may know, My Avicularia just passed away. I would like to freeze dry it, but I have a technical question.
OBT = loss leader.
yuck thats no fun :[ i wana preserv my gal but i dont want rubbery stuff =\
well you should meet my suspected female p. irminia has gone on feed strike so many times its not funny.. half the corps holes [from removing decaying
I'd say growth rate depends heavily on temperature and feeding, of course it may depend on the specimen, some eat more than others even in same species.
Most detrivores don't mind mold at all. Maybe they consider it frosting. I mean, come on. Mold is the principle organism of their native habitat. Most
No, she was completely thawed. I had to remove the black gunk from her abdomen first and I did my best to stuff her with cotton. Her skin was very fragile