I just got a t in the mail and realized that the tank I had prepared for her seems much too big - a ten gallon for a 3-3.5" t... I put lots of substrate,
Of all the 4 mating pairs I got (posted couple days ago) the N chromatus acts so unlike all the others. My OBTs Avics, Rosea/porteris,GBBs Suntigers,
Well unfortunately my long time scorpion past away yesterday. He was a large male Emperor, which I had for 5 years almost to the day.
To share. Not a big deal, but I got me a T I've wanted for like 2 years.
Got me an A. Genic sling.
Love these things I'm stoked.
So,I got a Lasiodora parahybana the other day, and I noticed that one of her fangs was "out".Is this normal and will this be a problem?
Sure they are, but the pain you'll be in after their fangs get intimate with you will make you think again. General rule of thumb for animals, if it's
They actually have me thinking about starting a roach colony, which I never thought I'd do. But I do have a fondness for big appetite terrestrials.
You know, I'm not sure if he was captive bred or wild caught. I got him from a local pet store, my hunch would be wild caught, but I have no way of knowing.
Blue-fang molted for the 2nd time since I've gotten it.
Not that I'm making any assumptions here, but I'd suggest admiring them from a picture in a book or on the internet. I'd highly advise against getting
I sell tarantulas for the Kansas State University Insect Zoo. We have a giftshop in our exhibit in Manhattan, about 2 hours away. We also usually sell