Title says it all. LOL Nothin' like waking up and finding a new spider species in your bathroom followed by a vigorous run to the nearest catch-cup.
"She" molted about a month ago.
3" give or take.
Collected in Northern Oklahoma.
i recently sold/shipped tim a couple of T's with lag...and the transaction was a success. he paid quick and had great
Well, I'm about 3 months into the hobby, and when explaining my two T's to people I always get the same question of "Is it poisonous". Usually,
She's acting weird. Slow moving, thought she was dead this morning. She's saying near the group were her heat pad is. Has yet to spin any other web except
Both of my females webbed behind their corkbark-slabs against the enclosure. Sadly, within a week, they covered the area that was transparent with webbing.
my 5" female just built her dirt curtain after rehouse, impressive webbing.
Just sharing a few more picture I just took...
First my P. fasciata juvie. Suspecting a male here, but this one is a molt-muncher
Almost certain this is Tigrosa grandis.
My Hmac is about 3.5-4 inches now and has no contrast just a faint pattern to it. This would be my first T to actually mature out so I would like to ship
I kind of hope shes not. I'll be breeding my pair of L sp. Borneo Blacks this weekend and my N chromatus in a couple months, so I'll be busy.