After 5 months of going to local reptile shows, searching local ads, trying to find a breeder in my state, asking upteen semi-local pet stores for ordering
I have been collecting scorpions for almost a year now. I bought this one from another collector just a couple months ago, he told me it was a "Dune
I'm thinking about getting a tarantula and am researching first. I'm thinking of a Chilean rose.
I have three cats (though two live
I know it's common for older and larger Ts to remain hidden for a period of time after a molt but I thought that small slings would want to feed after
I am looking for a new scorpion and I wonder if any one can help me. I am looking for a spacific scorpion.
It does not matter if the scorpion is
Ah, well I heard some mature males lose the hooks on their front legs? Well I sorta don't want to bother her/he as much.. she's in icu and has been like
If it's a MM rosehair it will have hooks on it's front legs and boxing gloves on it's Pedipalps, also it will probably be skinnier and more leggy. No
So I was not misinformed on the other two? Thank you!
5 Months to find a G. pulchra? They are pretty common, why'd it take 5 months to locate? Next time take a quick look at the AB classifieds, you'll
Yes....Egyptian green is a Buthacus sp. and the other is Androctonus australis....
I know how to tell the gender, but she wouldn't let me flip her over, also, I don't believe she is old but hey who knows.. I believe she just got insecticidal