I recently saw that it's moved to a different genus and even given a different name? Can anybody shed some light onto this matter? Is it true that H.
sorry for the blurry pics but these Parabuthus are the quickest specie i've had the privilege to keep and observe making really nice pics almost impossible
A month or two ago I posted about an H. lividum sling/juvie that was obviously dehydrated. Now it is doing great in its proper set up. It has tons of
Is it crazy to get an OBT sling/juvie as my third t? I'm still new to the hobby (I got my first t. about a month and a half ago, and my second maybe two
I have been keeping my t's in my bathroom this winter and let me tell you...
It has been so much easier to keep temps consistent: 78 lows and highs
Maybe its the original Wc Blondi that's were I heard about this. CB are hardier I bet.
Not saying it must be reliable,but has worked 100% for me so far(females grey blue males touches of violet darker blue). In no way saying someone else
Theraphosa need cross ventilation to prevent mold/mites. With that, I'm able to keep mine on moist substrate and not have issues. I certainly DO NOT
Absolutely, and never leaving him in longer than necessary. Most pairings are over in 5-15 minutes, and I supervise those with a deli cup in one hand
Correct. Carapace colour is not a reliable indicator of sex.
if you noticed in my photos. i have what seems to be mushroom growth occurring near the bottom of my enclosure. i was told that its not a hazardous deal.