Good afternoon all,
Looking for Bothricyrtum sp. trapdoor, preferably sling or a younger specimen. Thanks
I'm an experienced keeper when it comes to old world tarantulas, but this is the first P. muticus (formerly Cithatisvhius crawshayi) I got off of a friend
I have a sling that seems to be an extremely slow grower. It seems to have barely budged since I got it. It's grown at about
Narceus americanus 50 for $60
Pickup in Orange County, CA only
Too cold to ship now and to be quite honest, I don't really
The picture isn't great, but I don't suppose anyone can ID this centipede? There's two available from a shop here in the UK, it's listed as Tiger centipede
Independent of the question if nut shell are threatened with chemicals or pesticides a good hide for a scorpion is a flat hide with a minimum of space.
oh you mean the look-at-me-I-could-get-bit technique? i know a couple of people that keep hots (not in ohio due to legal issues) and they usually dont
Avics are what got me into the hobby
Some could also be from more experienced handlers that assume they are experienced enough to not get bitten.
Analogy: most people think that teens
There really isn't a way with hot snakes either. The hooks are just for support. Most of it is on the snake.
I can't understand the stupidity being handling something that can cause heart problems :/ at least with venomous snakes there is a way to handle them