Guys, my female A. australis was sold to me as premolt. And it's color is dull than the normal one. But she's so active at night. And that confuses me
I ordered a few GBB slings from Bela. My slings arrived today, well packed and lively. She gave me a great deal and threw in
My male A. australis didn't eat for three weeks now. Someone said it's because he wants a partner. Guys, help I'm a bit worried. Thank you in advance
I know this is likely a dumb question, but i have only been on here for a few days, so here it is: how
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I hope to add both the featherleg and the chinese black earth tiger when i have a lot more experience.
Out of curiosity, which one of the two is
Dude I had holes that looked similar to yours.... smaller, but slightly cracked. Because this skewer I used would slightly split
That is amazing. This is true testament to the evolution of spiders and their survival. Congrats and I look forward to the next molt!
looks liek an H. longimantus to me. not a spinifer.
not sure on the males not eating thing tho mine is fm rest are slowly growing 3rd instar.
That's what it looks like to me honestly. Any sort of worm feeder tend to squirt all over when they are punctured. Don't get me started on wax worms.
Hello Magda! I fully understand your boyfriend: your P regalis is beautiful, and I've more than once bought a T because I was totally under charm! This
The range and the browner colors make me think it's A. ferruginea, buprestoides' less well-known cousin. Glad you haven't gotten sprayed yet; they must