I came home to find my dog on its back and molting. I opened the cage and the dog twitched violently, and has been on its back for the past 5 hours, no
Please ID this Eratigena (formerly Tegenaria)
Found this on my back porch. Any ideas?
My new a geniculata seems to have molted but the carapace is still attached. She's deep in her burrow so I'm not sure what to do... Not sure if she's
POSITIVE! POSITIVE! POSITIVE!
This review is about a week over due and with all my goings-on during the past week somehow overlooked it.
For real! That'd be a sick setup
From what I learned from my adult C.darlingi when she got stuck. Just raise the moisture around her, keep her in the dark, pray, trust your T and let
My Ts will eat dead crickets as well. Just drop them high enough to make some kind of vibration on the substrate that the Ts seem to anticipate as prey.
Yeah those plants were crying to be inside my vivs LOL
Furry domestic pets molting is a constant problem. Some people we know have two persian/himilayan giant balls of fur. Literally, about 8 inches across.
Actually, the better question is: is it possible to get a blurrier picture of it?