I recently acquired a brocklehursti as my first T after tons of research and being lucky enough to find a store in my area that actually has a pretty
recently changed the substrate for my T Stirmi. Kept the level low due to keeping the risk of mold down. Any suggestions as far as adding more sub. without
Hi. I recently tried growing sphagnum moss but had no success. I put the dried moss on Coco peat and sprayed water on them. They came back to live but
Done my research and googling.
Is there any way to know, when buying a sling, if this species will be the brown/tan
I was wandering around the forums and came upon a debate on the nutritional values of mealworms. Curious, I went to see if there was anything definitive
The worst is that although this is her main entrance, she also has a tube of web going up the back corner of the viv from her hideout which has 2 other
Parabuthus transvaalicus will always be my 1st choice and recommended choice, especially when kept communally as adults. They are incredibly active and
They kinda look too small to be mated. How big are they?
That doesn't necessarily come without risk. They tend not to look forward to visitors dropping by.
Everybody made it safe and sound. The C. ritae is quite the little busy body! It came right out of the vial and right up my hand before I could even begin
Who in the hell told you that? Where's she going to put all that sperm? Males often wear out their welcome after the first visit, and a weekly rendezvous