I hesitate to post here only because there are tons of threads on these tarantulas (and I've read through a mind-numbing amount
Could venom from tarantulas such as the s calceatum or a p regalis be used in experiments to find
Cures for diseases like cancer or even the ebola
Because pretty soon I'll have my own rack/shelf setup! It's going to be in an L, with one side dedicated to Ts, and the other for my dart frog habit.
Obviously, my question is regarding having different species of millipedes living together! I have 3 AGBs, 1 N. americanus, and 1 bumblebee millipede.
Having an issue with Tapatalk, 100% of my usage on iPhone after iOS 8 update.
The app allows logon, and viewing of
yup.. I knew that lol. I'm asking about water pillows for my dubia roach colony though.
Serious question. What kind of stress does it have on a tarantulas body physically to breed at earliest sexual maturity? Can it harm it? Carry on into
I can definitely tell the difference between the two, but the orange knees with the touch of blue are probably why they'd get mixed up. Both are gorgeous
I've got quite a few different dwarf species (nw) and I find all of them to be curious or down right nosey lol... To be honest the parvula is the only
You do realize there's more than Spidershop.co.uk selling slings over there, yes? Try Tartan Tarantulas, Virginia Cheeseman aso. Search with google for
I don't know why spider venom wouldn't be able to be used this way... snake venom has been being researched for several applications for cancer research