Hey guys, I'll be pairing my MF A.geniculata with a male soon and I am curious as to how long, on average, I would expect it to take her to produce a
Any questions about the way I do my setups feel free to quiz me.
I currently have a GBB (C.Cyaneopubescens) in a terrestrial enclosure and it seems happy but i am considering rehousing
Hi everyone, should I rehouse my L.Parahybana or should I wait for another molt?
So back in early November I "rescued" a rosie from a man at our local herp society's reptile show. Some of you may remember me posting about
I haven't gotten as good a look at his empoli as I would have liked, I'll try to take a picture of them when I can. The very tip doesn't look shriveled,
Bilbo is still with us I have not mated him however, as I've seen no sperm web development. He's retired now. Bruce from Arachnophiliacs, who's
My irminia's disturbingly shy.. Wish I could see it more
Thanks for the heads up, that is true.. Also I know everyone has certain methods they go by. When you drop your prey in the burrows is it live or killed?
Waoooh catfishrod you have H. Pulchripes as well? Stop keeping me in the dark
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Lol you have a point, but not the point I was trying to make. I'm making the point that within a certain area in the wild Tarantulas make enclosed homes.