To an average collector is it really a big deal? Or is it only important for breeders?
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Hey there, I have an L. parahybana who started molting about 2 hours ago at most. He's a sling, so of course the process is very quick, especially with
Hi, Frank Indiviglio here. Iím a herpetologist, zoologist, and book author, recently retired from a career spent at several zoos, aquariums, and museums,
Hello again guys! First off, I hope every one is having a happy Halloween. Second, I am pleased to report that pumpkin guts and pumpkin rind is huge hit
[SIZE=4][/SIZ what one species of tarantula do you think is underated and you would like to see more of in the hobby. My pick is a.hentzi. in my experience
It's really important in the aus hobby/
He doesn't look very tiny to me so do not overfeed him, because they are very sensitive for getting prolaps. Apart from that, keep him moist and at the
Pictures are usually better than words!
In english now please ... And about the cold well -10 C...i gues...but thats at night mornings its -1 -5....C but its not winter yet at winter its
It's got to be the Paraphysa sp north for me, stunning dainty little dwarf that max out at 2-2.5" they are very very calm, good eaters, never flick
i deffinitly like the NW for many reasons! but lately, my eyes has been attracted to some of the OW and I have no idea why. I am getting a new T soon