Ok I'll be purchasing one African Giant Milipede next week and I've got a few important questions reguarding the setup process.
I'm not quite sure where to go but I live in California, I would like to find options on buying P. imperator in bulk (any size) with a reliable company.
So, I know that the "toxicity" of a tarantula is determined by a number of different things as well as the individual reaction of the person
I just received a very well packed and beautiful batch of adult female tarantulas from Bill. He was very professional and polite, just the
This is my little dwarf SP stridulating, it's so much better with my big girls but it's funny seeing a little species do it, I will make sure to get a
That is truly a wonderful day in a T room . Good luck to you !
You guys are being very dramatic about this. It's one thing to care about your pet but becoming Pet Detective and over sensitive every minute is a bit
E.truculentus is E.truculentus, E.sp."green" is I believe what was used to be called E.pulcherrimaklaasi.
EDIT: I'm no expert
As was said, spend some time reading bite reports. That's your best source of info.
Keep in mind spiders only bite in self defense, and
Nostalgia is part of it, but most of us that were around back then are old now, and few are still in the hobby. Smithi was the perfect spider to kick
no doubt its a dino! holy Mesozoic batman!