here are a few pics of my grosphus madagascariensis I've been keeping since October 2013
I started out with 4.2 colony of them but all
And I now know why hobbyists avoid screens like the plague. Below is my enclosure, and by the title, you can gather what I'm about to say. My A. chalcodes
I have only been in this hobby for almost five months, but in that short time, my life changed for the better. I no longer am a 5'6 1/2 ft 244 pound arachnophobe
To those of you who keep these spiders or just are interested in these species, which one would you prefer to own and why? I am trying to decide as I
...for when I need to go into my OBT's enclosure to get out a pupating beetle larva....and saw this:
" Poecilotheria hanumavilasumica
I'm raising all three. And yes, all three are very slow growers who need heat. HT need moisture like their cousins HH and HC who will dry out fairly easily
Yep, Viper - you made a very convincing case! Albo helped me locate her as well.
She's clinging to the side of the enclosure since putting
Yeah I suppose you are right! Mine were both ghosts...rarely seen. Both hid for months!!! I guess I was looking to see if those who have mature females
I didn't know he had them, let alone adults. I'll keep my fingers and toes crossed.
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Great looking scorpion and nice shots. Glad you aren't throwing in the towel. Good luck with your hunt.
P cambridgei are NW.
Hard to pick a single favorite. :-)
Looks: P metallica, P muticus, P rufilata, M balfouri, A enzendami,