I'm sorry this thread is in the wrong place but I posted it in tarantula ID and didn't get any comments...This was labeled Goliath birdeater so I'm assuming
Here's my First baby. I'll see if I can't hijack a better camera. She's not the most extraordinary T, but to twist an old saying. "This is my tarantula;
Hi there. I feed my T live crickets; I just throw them in her cage and check every day if they're gone or not. if they're not, I take them out. i started
One of my slings has turned out to be an impressive eater (it is a 4th instar B. Albopilosum) and it
Dwarfs the other two in size (abdomen). Should
Could someone try to ID these 2 kinds of plants? One is vine like seen here and there, the other all over. And of course staghorn - Platycerium. The dark
I dunno. Is that hair on the patellae I see? If so, it could be a blondi. Stirmi has bald patellae if I remember correctly.
Crickets are notorious escape artists, I always find one around the house at least once a week, they could be escaping the box when you take some out
Definitely looks very much like one, yes.
I've only been a tarantula owner for three days, but already have a funny /silly story to tell. Yesterday, I went to check on my juvenile B.Albo and couldn't
Small neighbour children that are left unattended.
Crickets and super worms. I am liking the moth idea... Might be trying that in the not
Indoors is the same for all plants. IE, what tolerate low light. A bonsai offers the additional problem that it is continually stressed to some degree