K so last weekend I was out near juntura oregon just out side of burns and I found a centipede I have never seen here before (20 years of camping trips
So I put in a b. lateralis nymph for my LP sling today, it hasn't eaten anything larger than a fruit fly since I accidentally dropped it a couple weeks
I've been wanting to shoot jumpers for awhile but with the long winter and my luck, I haven't found any good subjects yet this year. Last week I put my
Not too much of a story here...I put a drop of maple syrup out in the garden to try and coax ants to stop for a taste and pose for some photos for my
in case you didnt know you can catch them by
slicing a banana with a peel and put it in a plastic zip bag
pour some beer and
The R.crassicauda in the hobby circuit are not from Brazil, but from Southern Guyana. The Rupununi savannah area to be more precise. You can keep them
Phew! That's mainly what I was worried about. This one flew up onto my curtains, thought it was a huge moth at first, so I think they can propell themselves
Boy, do I know how tough jumpers are! These are just outstanding!!
There are Amazonian whipspiders with a whipspan -front legspan- up to 24" (2 feet).
Show us a report of a pet or child being carried
From the photo I can say with certainty she is not getting ready for a molt.
The ranges overlap in PA and you probably have N. americanus because it is more common plus you say you're further south. For a certin ID you'd have to