...the tongs! Luckily I never use my hand to do enclosure maintenance but my Brachypelma albopilosum just tried to bite my tongs during a water change
I actually found this specimen months ago, maybe August or September. I found this immature albino N. americanus in an area near my house where I have
At what age does a A. Metallica get its mature color? I'm only assuming this happens because all sling pictures I've seen look the same where as adults
here are a few pics of my grosphus madagascariensis I've been keeping since October 2013
I started out with 4.2 colony of them but all
And I now know why hobbyists avoid screens like the plague. Below is my enclosure, and by the title, you can gather what I'm about to say. My A. chalcodes
I also first thought there might be a bit of boxer there, but I'm not familiar with the Catahoula breed.
Funny you mention it, Those are my favorite in my collection, the others I mentioned are not. My O. sp. Panay Blue girl gave me a sac earlier this year,
My H mac female is only partially visible at night with me shining a flashlight into her hide; P irminia is out more but not much. T gigas used to be
I seem to recall a friend using those over the counter tests several times. His mother's weimaraner somehow turned into a chihuahua.
E. sp. "Yellow":
E. sp. "Red":