I haven't posted in a while, but I figured this was worth sharing. I spent a week in the Yucatan and came across a Psalmopoeus sp. in a tree hole. I
So heres a pic of each of my three versicolor sling
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So I recently saw a thread about a t who they insisted was a female until it hooked out into a mm.
This b.vagans has been labeled as male for a
So I am headed to Sao Paulo, Brazil this summer through a study abroad program. I will be in the city for 8 weeks at the Instituto
Why are Brachypelma emilias so hard to come by? The few times I have seen them they're much more expensive than similar species. How many of you actually
Yes! I do have Igen! Hmmm I'm terrible at guessing sizes. I'll try to measure him soon. He is much more beautiful than my female. That orange is SO bright.
You have Igen! :-) How big is he as a MM?
I have a female. I found mine on craigslist though. I haven't seen them for sale at a lot of places but I have seen them a few times. I know of at least
I've got a MM, MF and a sling. I don't find them to be to hard to come by. They are a beautiful species.
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Curious, I've never owned a sling horned Cerato before, until now. It's fine, but never out as expected, turrent tunnels etc. Years ago I owned a AF
All the Ts got here safely and are feisty and beautiful. Thanks Kelly.