I got my first Pterinochilus murinus a year ago April. He was 1/2 inch to 3/4 inch. I was amazed after his last molt that tibial hooks were
Im not much of a photographer and my camera isnt really that good but im trying as best i can to get some half decent pictures of the spiders found in
So a lot of my friends have been doing inktober, which for none artists it's basically doing an ink drawing a day. Instead I thought it'd be good to do
Im sure I posted this pic on here before, but i cant find the topic now so apologies for re-uploading.
I have a load of spiders running round
Does anyone know how to find these in CA? Also, are there any online dealers? Thanks!
My brand new baby i mira molted, which was a pleasant surprise. Now for my b emilia, b smithi, a geniculata, p scrofa and g pulchripes to follow suit...
I directed a friend to this thread, and she opined that it could go viral if properly applied in social media.
Very cute but one is incorrect. EWLs and slings are not synonymous; and 1st instar occurs after the EWL stage. Egg>EWL>1st instar>2nd instar
Technically you need permits to collect in any of the parks up around there, but hey, we've all done a little sneaky collecting on the side, right?
G.porteri #2 molted out rather than laying. :/
Murinus males typically mature in 10 to 15 months.