Hadogenes troglodytes...AKA Pancake
I was thinking (surprise surprise) that it would be handy to have a thread of trees and tree material that should be used with caution if used at all
From reading my other post on feeding my Ts, and their growth rate, I would like to spark a discussion on exactly what happens prior to a T going into
Hello, Im new to scorps and have had a desert hairy for 4 months, it is a sub adult, stop eating and very active with its legs and feet. Any ideas what
Been thinking about picking up two from a local place.
Does anyone have resources to a good care guide for Hadrurus arizonensis?
Im 15 And I Cant Even Tie My Own Shoes
I was quite young getting in to spiders ie (outdoor ones)lol, although i did learn a good amount from my m8s dad who at the time had a pet shop when young
This isn't directed at just you in particular Tom, but to anyone who claims they've been keeping tarantulas since they've been 5 years old. I don't buy
Brilliant story and nice T,Stirmi.
I got mine at 3" for £40 now he's 5"+.
when i first got him he was very calm and
Ahh i see. This species has a very slow metabolism. They may go weeks or a month or more without eating. So if they dont eat it overnight just remove
Great, yes. But honest? I dont think so. Very few people breed Theraphosa spp., and most stirmi are still WC, hence their lower price compared to the