sorry for the blurry pics but these Parabuthus are the quickest specie i've had the privilege to keep and observe making really nice pics almost impossible
A month or two ago I posted about an H. lividum sling/juvie that was obviously dehydrated. Now it is doing great in its proper set up. It has tons of
Is it crazy to get an OBT sling/juvie as my third t? I'm still new to the hobby (I got my first t. about a month and a half ago, and my second maybe two
I have been keeping my t's in my bathroom this winter and let me tell you...
It has been so much easier to keep temps consistent: 78 lows and highs
I got two new tanks for Christmas. Both seem a little big for T's. I've put them next to San Pellegrino cans for scale. Feel free to suggest anything
believe it or not, but they will tend to wonder out of there burrows at night (most likely when your sleeping). if it is hungry it will wonder out and
I agree :-)
A must have and a shiny eyecatcher!
Agreed buddy has a lividum whos dug big ol tunnels looking like a root network.. only other thing we do is crush a roach head and drop it in the top..(shes
oh god, because you said that, i was half expecting the lid to come off while he was holding it! I was literally cringing waiting for it to happen!
In any case i know that The Stirmi is not nearly as moisture dependent as the Blondi. My main concern is mold with a consistent moist substrate.
I can understand the feeling of remorse. We had an E.truculentus at the shop for about a year or so. Selling it was like selling one of my own. Good thing