Saw this picture today and thought I should share it. Not my image, credit goes to photographer
Hello everyone! So, I'm a relative newbie to the whole bug keeping thing (just passed my 1 year anniversary this August) and, for now, most of my interest
Just wondering what a 'fat' tarantula looks like. I don't want to over-feed mine, and i must admit, she does have that booty :-P
She eats every
I caught this little gem on the side of my car while walking my dog today. Boy, I never ran so fast for a catch cup in my life. I've been looking to catch
My G rosea molted 3 weeks ago but has been in hiding ever since. Finally was able to catch a glimpse if her tonight.
That little LP is seriously adorable. Makes me want more. XD
once your tarantula reaches adult size you can slow down their feeding. i only feed adults every other week or twice a month. fat tarantulas simply
nope dark red nor drabby gray/brown especially on the femu arear . very obvious imo but i dislike porteri colors lol tho granted carapas is pretty
Poor old girl.. she's a trooper, that's for sure! Dontcha just love centruroides babies? haha
Here's an unknown species of vaejovis found
Bad mites are usually red/brown to black. white little things are good, they eat waste
Are these looking more elongated or like tiny white spots? Are they mostly located near the waterdish?
Take picture if possible please,