I say "Yes!"
Good Morning! I just got my first Tarantula a few weeks ago and I'm really loving watching him do all his spidery things but I have some questions and
I have two adult females H. incei kept separately. I'm thinking of breeding them and making a communal. I was wondering if there's any way
I've been thinking this over for quite some time and just haven't gotten around to doing so. All tarantulas are in our back room, largest room in the
This question was asked on here back in 2013 but no-one had any and the only pics I can find are of a sling. I have one coming on Thursday and am intrigued
I'm from Bulgaria. That's in Europe. There are some pretty experienced keepers here too but they aren't many and their experience is maximum 10 years.
Too many cricket. Mine gets 2 a week. They're actually known for being moody rather than friendly. But as long as you don't mind it doesn't really matter
You run the risk of a ruptured abdomen with a overfed T, especially with a fall or rubbing against abrasive objects in the enclosure.. rose hairs are
Haha, not proud, shes been bad. I'm hoping one out of the 3 will. Female #4 still wants nothing to do with my male.
Sadly, that tarapoto
That a girl! You should be proud of her lol. Even if I get a sac out if the six I would be happy.
Austin do you have anymore sp. Tarapoto?
LOL, they can be vicious for sure. Female #1 is huge, close to 7". She, all together, has eaten 5 or 6 males.