Anyone on here using Instagram to put up tarantula pics? If so follow me psingletongolf
I know there are many arachnophobes out in society today ( i myself used to be an arachnophobe) and even people who are just uneasy about tarantulas.
So I went to a LPS today and got an unknown species (Which I assume to be a L. Fracta) and since it was $20 I received a freebie! Problem is, the guy
Every tarantula has a somewhat different reaction when it comes to meal time, so, read the title of
the thread and go from there.
I just received an adult male Eupalaestrus campestratus from KcFerry. The shipping was perfect, and the spider is very healthy. The communication was
the reaction to the pictures of the
tarantulas must have been priceless, now, if you want to get a great reaction, introduce the grossed out
I think I'm an arachnophobe. The people working on the road crew offered me a chunky Venatoria a few minutes ago and I refused to take it. I mean, just
I was kidding about the 'Did I win'...
A lot of my friends used to be terrified of spiders but through posting pictures on some social media
Weren't some kind if crickets called crazy reds being sold at some point? Was it only red after it died?
What the fork are those?
Fascination is how it etarted in my case as well, and now i have three albopilosum slings.