Just saw them and was curious. Never heard of them and the website says they are some of the best starter OWs. Given there really aren't Many "starter"
I feel bad for saying it, but for me, it's when they're scared and bunch their legs up around their faces. Adorable.
Put my gooty in an Amac. I realize it's a lil too big, but figure it can stay in here for a good
while, and be merry. Plenty of room to web it
7:15pm or so after work, decide to take out one of my more aggressive large Polymorpha to attempt socialization. 30 seconds in she surprised me with the
I'm having trouble uploading pics to the Epiandrous fusillae sexing thread.
it says laroe files will be automatically resized,
The answer to that is yes, more or less. To quote the article from this web site...
The above describes a similar situation
'Starter OW', meaning after you've had experience with a variety of NW's. Lacking the passive defense of urticating hairs, OW's relay on speed, stronger
Problem we have is, it's a lot of species not just the grammostola species (never mind the gram species we don't have in hobby. which will be harder/possible
Funniest/cutest thing I've ever seen my B smithi do...it was hilarious. She was in pre-molt and I hadn't realized it yet. So I dropped a cricket somewhat
Baboons (in general, because those of the west are a bit on the moist side, like Hysterocrates gigas) are very, very easy to keep. They love a dry enviroment
Allow me to rephrase your question: "Is it possible you didn't notice several hundred little sparassid sporkers running amok all over your closet