so i was just chatting with a fellow ab member about something completely unrelated to g.porteri/rosea..however the species was brought up and the old
So I am still new to the spiders, but I'm falling in love fast and falling pretty hard. I started with a beautiful A. versicolor a few months ago.
Lampropelma sp. 'Borneo' males start showing tarsus and metatarsus coloring early as two inches.
Being a first time owner, one of my biggest concerns is hydration. I want to make sure my new sling doesn't get dehydrated, but I am worried about putting
My son is in preschool this year, to my overwhelming joy. It's been nice to have a few hours to myself each day. During parent/teacher conferences in
Yeah, I have used the Dachshund for their shape as scaleless snakes act like a normal snakes in every way except they look different.
First off all Avics go by the common name Pink Toe, be it metallica minatrix etc
Second with the exception of one species ( on a good day
so roughly in 1hr45 mins this post has had 46 views and 2 replies.so does this mean that so far only 2 out of 46 t keepers have g.rosea/porteri? this
There is No way to see the differenc in this sice at all
As slings more than 65% off Them look the same so u have to wait for adult color
T. violaceus #2, B. smithi #1 and both new M. balfouri slings molted!
Thanks,I just had to share it.