Hi, fhis is my first tarantula, so I am stikl learning a lot about my curly hair.
It has only been about a week since its molted, but it's webbing
Was refilling my S polymorpha's water dish last week, (cannot remember the exact date, sorry, it was last monday, i think.) and in the process the pede
I'm not sure if any of you remember my post a few weeks ago about my P. irminia slings I recently acquired, along with a photo of one that I affectionately
I had a couple of new Rubbermaid containers which HAD an odd chemical smell, but the smell is gone thankfully. I've only used glass, KK, and acrylic containers
Starting my own picture thread figured i would start with my P. murinus. 4" suspect female.
Yep. I see bulbs, and males of various species do mature rather fast and small sometimes, so it is possible. He's still viable, just has his work cut
Tis nothing to get worried about, it is a spider, lol. Spider=web. They will also lay a little web when
they eat, i call this a "Victory
If I'm seeing the picture correctly, he does seem to have emboli at the base of his pedipalps. While I don't SEE any tibial hooks, the metatarsus do look
Oh dont you just hate those ugly H. lividium? God, they're so expensive for such an UGLY spider. I seriously think they're SoOOoo over-priced!
Congratulations on your assistance with helping your T molt. As mentioned, that takes some calm nerves and steady hands. Also seems like you really used