I have here one Homoeomma sp. "Blue and three Thrixopelma lagunas as far as I can see of their appearances both species are identical to me. From
I just wanted to show you my little girl she is about 2 inch (body).
look at her abdomen, it goes
So after a year and a half my very slow growing B. boehmei sling is finally showing adult colours and he/she is beautiful.
Does anyone know which sites/breeders will be doing Black Friday sales?
So far I know the New England reptile shop is doing one.
I'll be checking
My 6 inch Avicularia metallica is molting as I type. Very exciting - she is just starting to pull away on the left side of this pic
The sling molted last night. How long should I wait until moving it into a larger, cleaner enclosure?
I recently purchased an adult female Thrixopelma cyaneolum ( from the spidershop) and from what research I did (internet so it may not all be correct)
I've got 3 Homoeomma sp. Blue and have found them to my fastest growers, but I mostly keep glacially slow-growing species like Aphonos and Grammostolas.
hehe you are so right. they can be noisy at night. especially mature male pokies
Thanks - makes me wonder how this can even be published when Euathlus is for undescribed species is my understanding.
Makes no sense to me.
I don't know how similar venom is between true spiders and tarantulas but if it's remotely alike then I would recommend avoiding heat and pressure altogether.