So I have a p.regalis 2.5"-2.8" suspect female via ventral.. Why is it blue when flashed? She still have no band.. Can anyone post a confirmed
Well, some of you may remember my post a few weeks ago regarding me getting my 2nd T. a A.geniculata sling.And I said I wouldn't be getting anymore T.s,
I am leaving for two weeks comes this saturday (despite my commitments at home) and was just wondering if I would take the same precautions as I would
Dear EPIC people:
So, heres the story:
I am currently on vacation to Taiwan. A week ago I saw a cool bug, and I decided to post here(I
Got this guy from a friend, and it turns out that this guy is a girl. Now, I have several babies.
The soil in its home was sterilized in an oven
I'd like to know how a person goes about preserving as well - there was a post recently involving freezing the moult before pinning/mounting it, but as
I've dealt with a very defensive B. Emilia, not just the hairs which most tarantulas do, this one would actually try to attack me if I disturbed it by
[QUOTE=bscheidt1020;2295504]Any issues with extreme size differences between tiny slings and larger crickets? The slings ever avoid too large of a meal
Yes, congrats. The P. met is definitely on my list of ones to get. Awesome colouration. Sorry to hear that your ex didn't look after your collection
Yours should start getting a pale belly band with the next shed or two. Some regalis get it faster than others (slings don't start life with one). Most
Count the legs and divide by 8.