Hey guys. I hope this can be here for a while for discussion and for the new people like myself. I have 2 G. rosea's and a rosy boa. I've been feeding
My 1/4" E. Campastratus just ate yesterday and is all fattened up but has a large black spot on her abdomen. Is she in pre-molt or is this a problem?
Just got 2 new slings from JadeWilliamson (AB Member), wrote a very positive review, and he threw in one extra. I used to own some T's many years ago
Just wondering if anyone has done business with them online? It appears to me they are from Florida... Any help would be awesome thanks
Hi guys, which one is the real latin name for singapore blue? Lampropelma Violaceopis or Cyriopagopus sp blue?
The dark spot is the urticating hair patch. The entire abdomen will turn dark & shiny when in pre molt
Does a patch of hair grow? I noticed it a few days ago when I got home and it's gotten larger and it doesn't look so hairy to me. I'll need to take a
Breeding crickets is a viable option and they are terribly easy to breed. There are plenty of good methods for breeding them available on here.
You go to rehouse a desert species, but the cocofiber is still damp, so you sit there with a hair drier hurrying up the process before putting it in it's
what do you do for a living