He escaped, and has apparently been living in the bathtub drain in our rarely used spare bathroom for some time.
I've removed the drain
I recently moved my collection to a new T room, my walk-in closet, which I have modified to fit my needs. Of course I have removed
So I just recently got an H.saulcy. I've been keeping it dry, at 78f (day) to 70f (night), with a water dish. Is this fine or should I adjust something?
Hi all, I have a chilobrachys fimbriatu who seems all happy, burrowing away no issues at all, and I noticed today she's constructed what looks like an
Some ts will try to chew their way out too which could end in an escape or a T stuck upside down by its choppers.
Even though I enjoy buggin him on here from time to time, I mostly known Tom through shows- one of the few I'm always excited to see. Awhile back he
Yeah, I remember. Welcome to AB
Most of these screen tops are either just layed on top of the enclosure with no whatsoever mechanism
why is this bad? not in support of the way this spider is being kept, but just being a curious noob haha
Yea, and then there's the Haitian giant and Florida Keys alternans lol
Haitian giant gets larger and has a distinct patterning, specifically
found this awesome 6x8 cylinder today, maybe a little big for the little guy but should do the trick.
picked up some sphagum moss,