I am new to tarantulas, I got my first one a two weeks ago. Now, I didn't get this for handling I understand the risks that can be put on it when being
I got a Avic. Avic sling about a week ago, and i kept it in the holder that i bought it in for a bit (with adding extra holes for
Live near buffalo or rochester that may be interested in trading some T's? This would be a pick up situation.
Just a heads up since this has come up in several forums. A plant family that should NEVER find it's way into a terrarium or vivarium. Members of the
Hey community, I was just curious...
So everyone has their statements and opinions on tarantulas and which species are deemed suitable for beginners
Evolution at work. With all the dynamics in their native habitat, and the changes in it over the millenniums, odds are some will be doing the right thing
The downside to that is that with some species, you may never know what it is for sure, even as an adult, if you didn't get the latin name up front.
Are they both mature, or both immature? Sometimes they're sold as immature pairs, even siblings; the male will mature faster, & die of old age before
no she is not on a piece of wood, she is on a thing of web that she built the first day I got her. im using coco-fiber (not the brick). and yes the sub
+1. If he wasn't using tongs, it would have been his fingers the spider was biting.
It is a good idea not to handle Ts at all, they are very unpredictable. Think of it as fish in a tank, it's nice to look at, but you won't take it out