now 4 out of 10 of my Ts have molted in 10 days. the last one was yesterday, it was my GBB. and after close examination of the molt, I am proud to say
Tonight I bred my female albiceps. It was a successful pairing, and the female was very aggressive towards the male. He slowly approach without her tapping
Female is a lot bigger and seems to be in a bad mood, very well fed too.
I am trying to breed a MM with bigger LS prob 6" with my female who
With the exception of succulents, I'm pretty much a plant newbie. I have very little knowledge on the topic of bonsai, but I'd love to learn about it.
I've had three Ivories since August and last month one of them died. They were active, eating; the first sign was that she was laying out straight on
The hobby is maturing, and more people are not handling their spiders. That's a very good thing. The goal should be to treat them with respect and give
Maculata aren't aggressive; they may get defensive when you prod them, so don't prod them. Common sense. Animals get scared and bite when you mess with
That's not a bad idea. I'll give that a shot and see what she does.
You might want to avoid bougainvillea. They have very fast 'sucker' growth that can get huge but the mature stems-trunks take 3 to 5 years just to establish
To be honest I think bougainvillas are kinda ugly (their flowers are just pallete swapped leaves!), but I just looked up adenium and the bonsais have
haha i was worried at first to i was like "wait like a snakes stuck/partial shed... how in the..."
haha love my gbb's cant wait