I am on my first T, an a.avic. I've had her for about a year and a half now, and love her. (though not sure if it's a male or female)..
I've never had/owned a male T before so i was just wondering in general, do non-mature adult/sub-adult males eat as much as adult females? Or do start
I'm getting one of these spiders in the mail in the next couple days, and I've gone through about 20 web pages and they're all giving me conflicting answers...
hi i have a OBT and im trying to replace his substrate with fresh substrate but he refuses to move off the top screen which im afraid to move while hes
Hi, Frank Indiviglio here. Iím a herpetologist, zoologist, and book author, recently retired from a career spent at several zoos, aquariums, and museums,
I just use a bottle with the bottom cut off if I can't place the old enclosure inside the new one. I've never had an issue. No escapes, no close calls.
You shouldn't be keeping any tarantula wet. Not even genus Theraphosa, Xenesthis or Pamphobeteus, etc. The Ts that do require high humidity and moist
I have many Ts in my possession that do not belong to me. I don't think it's that uncommon for people to T sit. Do you know anyone you can leave your
adult female, best ageÖ
Here is the enclosure, I kept it wet because many of the websites i checked out said to keep the humidity high.
There's no such services that I'm aware of and I wouldn't trust any of my babies with a pet store for anything. If you absolutely can't find anyone near