Hi there, I've always been interested in tarantulas and recently decided to get one. I've done a lot of research about the specific species I'd want.
I'm sorry this thread is in the wrong place but I posted it in tarantula ID and didn't get any comments...This was labeled Goliath birdeater so I'm assuming
Here's my First baby. I'll see if I can't hijack a better camera. She's not the most extraordinary T, but to twist an old saying. "This is my tarantula;
Hi there. I feed my T live crickets; I just throw them in her cage and check every day if they're gone or not. if they're not, I take them out. i started
One of my slings has turned out to be an impressive eater (it is a 4th instar B. Albopilosum) and it
Dwarfs the other two in size (abdomen). Should
According to most non-spider fanatics, If it's brown it must be a brown recluse...
Lol if only she grew faster or was bigger ;p i was pretty happy to see my 2nd gbb to now grow as quick as the other. As im thinking its a she.. he should
I never had a Brachypelma vagans female attack the male, every time I mated that species it always went smoothly. But that been said I have been bitten
You'll want something hardy, a NW terrestrial, that grows at a good pace. Brachypelma albopilosum and vagans are great choices.
I think a small, hardy sling would be okay for a beginner as long as a good bit of research is done. My first t's were all slings too, and are all alive