Well, I have a MF B. boehmei that recently molted. And I should be obtaining a fresh MM on Wednesday.
I was wondering, how is the females temper
I got my first Pterinochilus murinus a year ago April. He was 1/2 inch to 3/4 inch. I was amazed after his last molt that tibial hooks were
Im not much of a photographer and my camera isnt really that good but im trying as best i can to get some half decent pictures of the spiders found in
So a lot of my friends have been doing inktober, which for none artists it's basically doing an ink drawing a day. Instead I thought it'd be good to do
Im sure I posted this pic on here before, but i cant find the topic now so apologies for re-uploading.
I have a load of spiders running round
BTW, with the fungus I mentioned, it won't be affected by increased ventilation and will keep right on growing. An easy way to tell it apart from common
very cool, they all made me smile
Thank you SO much for that! Your help and input was greatly appreciated!
I remember being a bit horrified at the sight of those. I was trying to keep things moist for my s'lings (my first attempt at raising such small tarantulas)
Yeah the dwarfing in this species can be ridiculous sometimes, it normally happens when the small males race to maturity within a year, the males who
I'll fix that information, thank you! (That's just what I've been told in the past so I wasn't a 100% sure on that - it doesn't help that looking up 1st