Hey there, I have an L. parahybana who started molting about 2 hours ago at most. He's a sling, so of course the process is very quick, especially with
Hi, Frank Indiviglio here. Iím a herpetologist, zoologist, and book author, recently retired from a career spent at several zoos, aquariums, and museums,
Hello again guys! First off, I hope every one is having a happy Halloween. Second, I am pleased to report that pumpkin guts and pumpkin rind is huge hit
[SIZE=4][/SIZ what one species of tarantula do you think is underated and you would like to see more of in the hobby. My pick is a.hentzi. in my experience
I own a P. murinus, G. rosea, and Euthalus sp. blue, and they get fed twice a month. as far as I'm aware, the rosie and blue beauty are mature females,
Thanks! I'll look those up. I'm pretty much a novice when it comes to scorps.Well, actually a TOTAL novice. A friend brought this one from out west couple
probably i noticed when raising my lp slings that if there was a large gain in size from the last molt they get beat and it takes them awhile to recover.
I'd bet its already on its feet by now.
How big is he and is he moving at?can u c if its pulsing its legs?
Normal, sometimes they will lay on their backs for a bit before flipping back over. Molting is tiresome and takes a lot out of them. Ya get a great
I recently picked up a few P. cancerides, their feeding response lives up to the billing. Even as sub 1" slings they nail everything instantly.