I've read many different forums on here about feeding after molting, some say a week to three. She is a G. Rosea. Some say it depends on how big the T.
Got by Brachypelma Boehmei almost a year ago as a little sling and this is what its grown up to now. Its been a great learning experience and cant wait
Recently i caught a L. Hesperus from the side of my house, here in Sparks Nevada. She was fairly chubby, so i thought she might be gravid, but was hoping
Hey, I will see if I can get pictures this weekend with my friends smartphone but here is a description.
It is EXTREMELY tiny, probably
Thought this was pretty cool so I wanted to share. Also, maybe spark some discussion. I have not heard of these prior to reading this, says they are genus
LOL I was one of the first people in the door and saw it at a table with a few other T. Stirmi and everyone was looking at the "giant spider"
I second smokehound, Smeringerus mesaensis would do very well in that enclosure.
Just a quick update,
Ricky had great success breeding with three big females, and I put together this video of him breeding. This was shown this
i use a lot of mealworms and ive never seeing them do it. But for slings i would cut the head of from the worms, than you are safe.
Im soon getting 3 new slings and they need little crickets. But in my country its hard to buy crickets i need to drive 30 km for buying my crickets. So
As always a painless transaction and a perfect shipment.