I've had my B. Smithi for a couple of months now and she has molted once since I've had her and she is about 3 - 3 1/2 and I was wandering about how
I live on Long Island and a park has tadpoles swimming in a tiny temporary pool in the middle of a parking lot! Its august I never heard of tadpoles hatching
Babycurus Jacksoni does anybody know about how long it takes from 2i to adulthood in order to reproduce this species....Are they hard or difficult to
I think people on flickr must be getting tired of all of the wahlbergii pics I'm uploading, but I just love them!
freshly molted 3i
that's true, i didnt think of that.
hahaha your cousin sounds like this guy:
Pity I'm over on the other side of the pond, I'd offer my H. incei else
Seconded. Aging tarantulas is a crapshoot because there's so many variables. The temperature and amount it was fed could have a huge effect on the growth
I don't think there is any viable way for us to tell the age, especially by size. Thankfully it's a long lived species and not full grown at that size
Yeah, those have got to be the two coolest mantids there are! Can't decide which is my favorite lol. The wahlgergiis only get about an inch max, but
Just received my end of a trade with Byron. My tortoises for his Tarantulas. I was very pleased with our transaction, communication