I was looking at my T's when I saw my A. sp. amazonica grooming, I walked over and looked and seen this, any ideas what it is? The spider is about 1.5-2",
So earlier I noticed that a big wolf spider was caught in one of my glue traps meant for recluses. I thought she was a little too big and beautiful to
Hey folks! Recently purchased yet another Chilobrachys T which was sold as a Burma (Burmese) Chocolate Tarantula,I then noticed that
A growing question has come to my mind I have been wondering about isopods I have been wondering about the idea of keeping them with your cricket enclosure
Ian and myself got extremely lucky while searching at the type locality for Harpactira baviana. Watch for yourself
I don't think it is a hole, from what I can see, it looks like a 'scab'. I don't think it was there but I may have missed it.
That's the problem: A lot of them, like "Sai Yok" aso, haven't been described as of yet. Hence, the locality where they were found is used as
Good question, mate? I can't make out if that's litereally a hole in the exo, or something growing on it. In either case - was that there before the last
No heat pads please
I have to object on that one, buddy. There's still plenty of debate going on about that particular subject. Fact is, that certain species breed more successfully
"Takhisis", Poecilotheria fasciata, ~5.75" female - one of the rare occasions I could take some pictures finally...