What are the differences between these 2 species? Looks like P. tigrinawesseli has more black on its legs and a darker carapace. Any other distinct differences?
But if anybody would like to take a shot by deducing it from where it came from, feel free. Somebody brought it to me. Caught in a bathroom in a motel
Hey guys, I have a quick question. So over the weekend the hero club I am a part of hosted a reptile expo. While I was there I had a guy "force"
ill take a stab, and a very un-educated guess. just makes sense, i guess. velvet ant?
Lq will dig scrapes under stones and short tunnel systems if the substrate allows it...putting stones on loose sand doesn't really give them the leverage
Yup, velvet ant/wasp, aka cow killer. We have a few species here in VA, too. I've heard reports of them from all over the lower 48. Nasty sting! I relocate
If the carapace is 2 inches long the scorp is adult and then some...A 2 inch carapace!...are you sure you're not mistaken and calling the whole body the
A. sp. "Amazonica"(?) molted and a confirmed female.
T. violacues sling molted.
Thank you. My rosea was my first tarantula ever. Ive had him about a year. And yes thanks to everyone for all of the help. She doesn't seem to be doing
+1, I agree, bonesmama. My girl is fascinating to watch, mainly due to her sheer size (almost 9 inches). It's astonishing to watch a T that large move