This review is a week late but well deserved. Great transaction from the outset with respect to placing order,
This review is a week late. In short, a great transaction from the get go with respect good communication and fast payment. Unfortunately, I missed the
Warren originally got in touch with me because he is a web designer/coder and offered his services to me. After reviewing
I've been not so patiently awaiting my GBB's first molt in my care - to my surprise my 1/4" LD molted last night! I saw two "spiders" in
So I have a p.regalis 2.5"-2.8" suspect female via ventral.. Why is it blue when flashed? She still have no band.. Can anyone post a confirmed
True, but isn't there a more neutral approach….warn but don't ward off?
Ah, ten hours to feed? That sounds like too much for me, as I like my collection to be manageable enough to enjoy the individual spiders….god bless
There's also a flip side to that: when people (often beginners) come here with questionable ideas and are encouraged to pursue them. That's not in the
that's great I have 2 of these and one just recently molted waiting on this other one to do the same:
Citizennumber9, oddly enough, my OBT's are both out regularly, one rarely hides and has stopped retreating when I approach…just doesn't bother to
LPs are definitely off that list!
Ah, but there are other arachnids that co-habitate with frogs. Case in point, Brachypelma kahlenbergi: