When you guys breed Ts, how do you deal with it if the female has a hide or burrow of some sort? I'm afraid of the male going into her hide and I wouldn't
Mike recently ordered a few slings from me. He paid extremely fast, and has kept excellent communication. It was a pleasure to
I found several of these in my yard and kept this one temporarily. It looks like a Wolf but can you tell what genera and sex?
I found somebody locally who is trying to get rid of their snakes. They are asking me to make an offer. I don't know much about prices of snakes since
I have had my gbb since the 20th of March and she has not eaten since she has been in my care. Also she has webbed up the front of her hide and has been
I have it in a plastic tank with only a very small pile of coco fiber. Had to kinda dig it out to take a picture and there was web in the fiber a little
Well they've said that they can't do it now I was so excited to finally find some too...
Thanks for all your help though everyone.
I've successfully bred Ts before, but they had been either terrestrials or had an all web burrow. This female fasciatium has a large cork bark log hide
Usually the males presence will lure the female out if she is interested in pairing, or dinner. Males will tap or kind of do a thing where they twitch
Yeah, if you use prekilled you hardly have to worry at all about the size of the feeder. Just another one of the many advantages to using prekilled prey,
Sometimes you lose them when you loose them but that's just the way it goes with tarantula breeding... it can certainly be risky if the male is entering