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
Agreed. I would love to see these available!
Ya snakes will always be #1 animal wise for me. I honestly don't know how addicted I will get to inverts cuz honestly, out of all the ones I've seen,
This is how I feel now. While I'm aware that any of my slings could die at any time(touch wood), I have found it to be a great experience
Ceratogyrus marshalli (Female)
Your tarantula is likely 2-3 years old
I kinda figured as that goes in hand as to why Europe has so many species we don't, seriously how the heck do you guys have more South American species