3 weeks ago I got a female Avicularia sp. Peru purple, my 2nd T. She's around 4cm/1.5" in body length.
I had to put
So this may be an entirely stupid question but I'm somewhat confused here. Doing my research I obviously found this species is arboreal but tends to be
I have over 4" scolopendra heros castaneceps centipede that is laying straight and pulsating lifting head and tail at the same time. I am new to
Had an unusual opportunity to watch bats in action last night.
Under the street light only about 20 feet from our upstairs porch the termites
So, I got this message over my Want to Buy post highlighted in blue:
Next bump: Now
So, I was wondering, what does it mean???
I'm guessing you've never seen pictures of Lampropelma violaceopes in situ.
0.1 H. chrysogaster
I have at least 4 holes in the top, one for each corner. I don't worry about creating a more humid microclimate.
You're forgetting that both have different life styles, one stays in a burrow all day and the other lives in trees.
I like subfasca (low and high), miranda and tigrina.. formosa is also nice looking. My husband loves metallica. Each and every psalmo of mine gives me
I had read in other areas here that I should avoid top holes because it would dry out the enclosure faster and inhibit development of the microclimate.