Found this on my back porch. Any ideas?
My new a geniculata seems to have molted but the carapace is still attached. She's deep in her burrow so I'm not sure what to do... Not sure if she's
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This review is about a week over due and with all my goings-on during the past week somehow overlooked it.
My male P. regalis is about the size of my hand now. He can still fit inside the mini tree stump inside the enclosure and hasn't really made a new home
I am a new T owner, I bought my first 3/4" chaco golden knee sling last Saturday. I fed him/her a cricket smaller than her last night and she took
Good luck, I hope it comes off with ease.
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Great breeding advice .
Yeah Fast growing species , are my favorite but I do keep some slow growers.. Yeah a Male could kill a female, I just
Yeah Aboreals love this pose, makes them easier to measure too.
Yeah Not a wise choice, B vagans is a better intermediate spider. Mine sometimes can be held , pinch grabbed other-times she wants to bite my face off.
I guess the important thing is that it is active and feeding. I'm going to experiment with the temperature and moisture levels to see what happens.
Breeding loans are your friend in this instance.