I got two P. metallica slings yesterday in a trade and one was very fast and didn't want to go in its new enclosure while the other was more sluggish
I keep debating upgrading my G. porteri to a larger enclosure (like a 5.5 gallon). She's currently in a 2.5 gallon (see image). What do you guys think?
I'm going to rehouse 2 of my AF Avics. I'd like to read people's opinions on what size container they are using for their adult Avics. Mine are 5-6"
......at least it looks like one of my H.incei slings is flying. There is so much web in the tub now that it can sit there right at the top. It surprised
I bought these larvae its named wood superworm , but i want to know what beetle this really is
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Phiddipus regius it is but I have noticed a problem with her I'm fairly certain it's female and she might be gravid. So I was going to find her a nice
Nice specimen and fast grower.
That's cool, always nice to find other Canucks on the radar, and when from the same area, even better lol. I lived in the Lethbridge/ Calgary area for
Oh, I didn't infer from your post that you were suggesting the herps here are inferior. The herping is, though, in view of the variety of species that
Just a thought;
When anything is "buried alive", surrounded by dirt, it dies. Soil, dirt, or whatever may not be like
I always put ventilation holes around the substrate. I think it's helpful, but I have no proof for or against. In the wild, soil isn't a solid like a