I will be going camping with a group of 5 - 10 people in a few weeks at Green Ridge state forest in MD (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_Ridge_State_Forest
So I recently started to fancy Poecilotheria regalis but can't afford the nice female at my lps so I looked to the internet. I was looking at Ken's stuff
catfishrod69 is one of the most giving peopli know in the spider world. he went out of his way to send me several amazing ts and did not ask very much
Hi guys, new member here from the UK.
Just showing off a couple of my scorpions.
This is my female emperor and my tiny H.Spinifer,
To all seven people who own this species, how do you care for this species, such as enclosure requirements, humidity requirements, etc. also what's the
As for worrying about arranging her enclosure, get a deli cup that's big enough to cover her while you work around her.
What's your experience with T's? I'm asking because your questions seem to be things an experienced people would already know. Poecs really are an advanced
We're just regular people talking here, collectors, breeders, hobbyists, and your post shouldn't have to be 'deciphered', difficult or otherwise. Only
They certainly are remarkable spiders and capable survivalists. I wish they were as adept at killing mosquitoes as they are at duking it out with other
Will he take it in blood? Last time I gave, all I got was OJ. :P
If you go back in breeding reports, they weren't always bred and left in like they are now. Is it more successful? Sure. Is it required? No.