There are some great older threads here on the topic but I wanted to start a new one.
I recently came across the quote below and thought
Dont see this much in the USA! It was an incredibly fast gestation and she looks like she is still fat haha.
I just want to know;
I've two sub-adult male E.ruficapillus. I let them at something about 15°C.
Can they molt now,
I just noticed today that my G. rosea had a weird bald spot under her a little to her right and I was wondering what it could be. Any ideas?
Hey, it isn't easy adapting a tarantula theme to Christmas carols, you know! So these are especially bad. I'll leave it to you to decide what which carols
With such a primitive brain (if you can even call it that way) I don't know how they can wield such a thing as intelligence. By Mr. Hawking's logic, crocodiles
Freshly molted and confirmed female!
Lampropelma sp. 'borneo black'
Its not the heat that is the danger with the lamp (like it is with the mat), lamps really dry the air out, and when its cold outside in winter, the air
By that definition tarantulas are fairly smart. They are essentially survival machines. They are very good at what they do.
Nice T. Make sure the substrate isn't too moist.
Are you sure that is 1/2"
It took mine a few molts to finally start showing its color. Looks very nice, especially because it is already showing