so i was just chatting with a fellow ab member about something completely unrelated to g.porteri/rosea..however the species was brought up and the old
So I am still new to the spiders, but I'm falling in love fast and falling pretty hard. I started with a beautiful A. versicolor a few months ago.
Lampropelma sp. 'Borneo' males start showing tarsus and metatarsus coloring early as two inches.
Being a first time owner, one of my biggest concerns is hydration. I want to make sure my new sling doesn't get dehydrated, but I am worried about putting
My son is in preschool this year, to my overwhelming joy. It's been nice to have a few hours to myself each day. During parent/teacher conferences in
I will definitely get little "bowls" in that case. I'll also watch the molting. Mordor molted last night, I'll be sure to watch the fangs to
I only have a few in screen lids, most are in tupperware/plexi/clear plastic substance. I don't like taking chances as my more potent individuals stay
Water bowls- I provide mine with water "bowls" when their DLS is the size of a quarter. They won't drown. I have a pic of my A sp Kwitara River
This is something I haven't seen before with T's, but it's getting more popular with dealers lately. To me, selling two of the same-sized juveniles spiders
Thats true but what i mean is you never know what an animal can do lol sure they move fast but untill we put them in aquariuma we went by a cookie cutter
Can I just add that in my opinion you are not 'rescuing' these animals, you are making the sale of tarantulas more profitable to the shop/chain, thus