POSITIVE! POSITIVE! POSITIVE!
This review is about a week over due and with all my goings-on during the past week somehow overlooked it.
My male P. regalis is about the size of my hand now. He can still fit inside the mini tree stump inside the enclosure and hasn't really made a new home
I am a new T owner, I bought my first 3/4" chaco golden knee sling last Saturday. I fed him/her a cricket smaller than her last night and she took
Is 71/72 too cold for 1/2" M. balfouri slings at night? Temp goes up to about 75-76 during the day.
I feed dead and dying crickets to my spiders, as long as the underside of the cricket's abdomen is still light-colored and hasn't begun to darken. I
You're thinking small scale. I've long since passed that point. I go thru 4,000-5,000 adult crickets a month (at 17.50/thousand), plus small crickets.
Actually, I've had various OW's take their standing threat pose and fall over on their backs with their legs spread out. That way, any part of the spider
My T's look at me like I'm out of my mind if I hand them a dead/pre-killed cricket and walk away.
He buys them from the mail so he already dont get out ;p
But poec i think this just goes to show not all Ts will accept pray who isnt
I just completed a deal with James got a large variety at a great price looking forward to our next deal thanks again
I picked up a rescue T that a newb had no business owning. It had lost 4 legs, but after good care and two molts it was back to normal. Don't panic,