I was looking at my T's when I saw my A. sp. amazonica grooming, I walked over and looked and seen this, any ideas what it is? The spider is about 1.5-2",
So earlier I noticed that a big wolf spider was caught in one of my glue traps meant for recluses. I thought she was a little too big and beautiful to
Hey folks! Recently purchased yet another Chilobrachys T which was sold as a Burma (Burmese) Chocolate Tarantula,I then noticed that
A growing question has come to my mind I have been wondering about isopods I have been wondering about the idea of keeping them with your cricket enclosure
Ian and myself got extremely lucky while searching at the type locality for Harpactira baviana. Watch for yourself
To Both: Blue Jaye/awiec
That is a great idea thanks ill try it As for him yes. This is the molt after his final molt into man hood (lol)
I'm also, as you can see, from south-africa, if I really need to heat up the room, I use a space heater for a few hours (4-5) at night and turn it off
I got them off Amazon...i think the brand was called Containables?
I feed her every seven days, though sometimes she just doesn't seem to care for the crickets. I'd say on average she eats one cricket every two weeks.
Nice pics, the poecis makes me want more poecis lol, my female fasciata is very skittish and photophobic, but not defensive, and always visible... I love
adult female in natural living space.
very similar to the one of P. ultramarinus (Ecuador).