I found 3 baby centipedes (2 3/4 and one an inch) and a millipede. They are the arizona desert centipede (largest in North America) and the desert millipede.
First breeding attempt with the species Avicularia avicularia. Both were super cooperative and the female actually instigated it! Successful insertions
My female A. Hentzi has finished molting a few hours ago. Her new molt is just shy of 4", leading me to believe her new skin is going to be around
I have recent acquired 15 lizard eggs i have placed them in with my snake eggs for now.which they are from the same area of the lizard eggs I would assume
Please identify this jumping spider I found while at the creek in southeastern Louisiana.
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A. chalcodes and B. albiceps.
Thanks! That provided some interesting reading. I didn't realise how diverse Dracaena was.
I've had a fully grown A. genic run up the feeding tongs. Twice. She's even jumped onto them from a rather good distance away. That'll scare the daylights
I just want to point out that on the weight issue I was right and poec was wrong. I would like that made a sticky, please mods.
I labeled it Hogna Arizonensis because there is another large species of wolf spider in Arizona that are a real light gray almost white in color a guy
Also, the other two are actually very small, only 1/2 of an inch. Should I feed them hydei fruit flies? And can miraclegro soil be used? It is organic.