Hi everyone! Not been on here for a while... Been super busy.
Anyway... I have a P. ornata and a P. striata both females that are in pre molt together
Deroplatys lobata nymphs $5 each or 10 for $40
Mesopteryx alata nymphs $6 each or 10 for $50 "first cb and available in the US"
I have acquired a MF and I trying to get a feel for who may be out there when I am ready to breed her. Thanks.
I plan on getting a lasiodora parahybana sling as my first tarantula. So I can get used to the speed and aggressiveness. (Also couldn't find a kick or
Can anyone recomend me some keys, guides or books for indentifying European species? I have Collins field guide for spiders of Britain and North Europe,
Spiders are mostly water; humidity helps them retain internal fluids, which in turn would promote growth.
+1. I would think they've evolved to time it in a rainy period if at all possible (not always possible with the frequency of sling molts). For a freshly-molted
Carry, stock, sell.
carry- in commerce
a. to keep on hand or in stock.
b. to keep on the account books.
Great pictures and documentation. I find it interesting the tubes seem to come out of the ground a bit - is that so? I too have become very fascinated