I've been waiting months for my X.immanis to throw her sac,and she finally did. It took her 3 days to make the sac,and it's very thick walled. Now if
Last night I noticed my H. minax burrowing extensively. It had already established a burrow but worked all night to make it
Adding to the previous thread, I've seen all the positive reviews and submitted an order almost a week ago through the site. I haven't heard back yet.
Can vinegar be applied to the enclosure a T is in? I've had issues in which maggots have been formed from a corner dampened
About 2 years ago I purchased this tarantula at a pet store. they had absolutely no idea what kind it was and they didn't even know they had it. I brought
Cool videos man, I thought the video was pretty crisp, I didn't notice any focusing issues....wether or not to put sound to it is ultimately up to you,
Then yeah I'd say its time to look. Don't go destroying it's burrow right away though. Think of it as an excavation. Slow, move little bits of dirt,
Nice job, but no one really wants this species, you would have been better off breeding a Rose Hair!
Good luck man, I hope you
*may* make some good choices. Key word *may*. The problem is you're still leaving it to chance with a vent, no matter how skilled you are. I get not
It is in the tropics. Their are some very aggressive ants in the world. We have South American fire ants all over Florida. Ants of all species send
congrats!! and best of luck hope everything goes accordingly. would love to see the slings.