I visit my grandpa's ranch every month or so and during the fall we always come across wandering Ebony Tarantula males looking for a mate...and i was
I need more information on how to do the aforementioned things. So far the best info I got was from:
I have an empty enclosure (30 x 20 x 20 cm) that is screaming for a new inhabitant I would like to get a NW terrestrial species, but I am having trouble
Last night, while bulldozing her substrate (i suspect a pre molt is near) my Pterinochilus murinus overturned the water dish.
Has anyone ever done this? Does anyone have any opinions or suggestions about it?
I was talking about those that have easily the basic temps needed, mate. Nothing against fixing an otherwise not beneficial situation for your spiders.
Glad to hear the little T started webbing - if Avics start their silk retreat it's a good sign and one that their settling in to their cage. Good luck
Well I don't have a problem with it
seems a lot has changed over the past couple years
shipping 1st instars is nothing no different the shipping 2nd or 3rd. in the last
I actually have a species that prefers dry scrub conditions- porcellionides pruinosus! Great if you want a cleanup crew for a dry enclosure, all they
Perhaps she's obelisking, akin to a dragonfly? I dunno, ive never seen a scorpion do this before.