I'm an experienced keeper when it comes to old world tarantulas, but this is the first P. muticus (formerly Cithatisvhius crawshayi) I got off of a friend
I have a sling that seems to be an extremely slow grower. It seems to have barely budged since I got it. It's grown at about
Narceus americanus 50 for $60
Pickup in Orange County, CA only
Too cold to ship now and to be quite honest, I don't really
The picture isn't great, but I don't suppose anyone can ID this centipede? There's two available from a shop here in the UK, it's listed as Tiger centipede
I'm sure some do require them. My google fu seems weak on this search. I know the postal/and ups won't mail it unless you have legit research and medical
I doubt coconuts are really an issue. Considering many people use coco fiber/eco-earth/plantation soil etc. as substrate, and dart frog enthusiasts often
+1 haha I agree with that!
Just tell the loser to beat it, if he doesn't like it, oh well. That's how you handle any situation in business transfers, where the guy is a total D.
Haha for sure. I wonder if the animals that eat these types of tarantulas, have built up a immunity to their venom. Or if maybe they have learned a certain
+1. It's like with humans: babies are cute and cuddly, then they turn into teenagers.
And yes, don't consider anything to be a validation
I hate to play devil's advocate but, I've raised 3 unrelated OBTs, none of which ever gave me the slightest problem after the initial unpacking incident