I just received a very well packed and beautiful batch of adult female tarantulas from Bill. He was very professional and polite, just the
This is my little dwarf SP stridulating, it's so much better with my big girls but it's funny seeing a little species do it, I will make sure to get a
B. Smithi has been around a long time....still popular, or boring and time to move on ? What do you think ?
This thread is a question that I'm hoping for photographic examples of. I would like to compare what I think to be high, moderate, and low cross ventilation
Let me know what you think. "She" is about 3 Inches currently.
haha the irminia in question has apparently molted recently and once befor i didnt know about... it kicked dirt on its web near dish so cant see well
Well, their appearance doesn't hurt either, of course.
My "good point" comment was directed at Poec, BTW. Not that the comments
Not as my first tarantula. From what I understand, avics sound like they can tend to be finicky about their environment. Not that I plan on poor husbandry
My parahybana accepts pupae as well. I've yet to try them on any of the others.
I've heard that beetles can be a bit iffy as they can have a disagreeable
Insight from a past and current arachnophobe...
I used to be terrified of anything resembling a spider and, to an extent, am still scared of the
From what i hear and read, i believe the B. Smithi will always be popular since it was a B. Smithi that supposedly started it all.