It's light orange and kind of large. It was on some sheet plastic I had to move, protecting eggs.
What would be the minimum age to start working with old worlds or more venomous new worlds (like psalmos) in your opinions? I got my first OW when I was
Is like asking crickets or roaches. Which do you think is better?(easier to breed, easier housing, small space taken up, noise). No I don't feed my tarantulas
Ok a friend of mine found it for me here in Texas so I'm guessing A. hentzi which are super common here. He found one wandering by his workplace and I
Ok guys and gals. I've read reports on here about there being supposed dwarf forms of species within the aphonopelma genus. I've had since 2010 what
I think I was one of the rare exceptions to my age group with me being more mature. Two years later I have all the Ts I have now. That list includes a
how aboot a sandfish?
Unfortunately I've heard instances of some specimens of E. parvulus and P. scrofas breaking the docile mold a little moreso than say E. sp, red/ yellow.
That comment was just too perfect.
Oh and yes, I have seen a BIG red-headed centipede about a month and a half ago on our property. Huge thing! Bigger than any of the lizards I've seen.
Well I know many 12-14 year olds over on the Australian forum (Being Australian they have to strictly deal with old worlds) and honestly I wouldn't want