Did a trade with Derrick everything when smoothly. Communication was great packing was great and the scorpion arrived safely would not hesitate to do
Well this lovely little B Vagans came to me on Saturday. Please note that the noob spelled it right
What a cool little spider... approx 2 inches
I found a 2.5 gal aquarium at the goodwill a few weeks back for $4 and decided to put it to good use. My A. Urticans is around 2 1/2 inches
Hi guys! I am a grade 10 student from Canada, and my collection currently consists of 14 T's (mostly NW terrestrials). My parents keep telling me that
A few weeks back i asked other members what was missing from my collection and a few different genus came up
1 that came
Don't forget that your life might undergo some extreme changes in just a few years. You may find yourself heading off to college or otherwise moving out
I, too, would recommend the P. cambridgei over the H.mac. The Psalmos are a great intro to the faster OW species. Mine was a P. irminia. Lightning
I know... I was referring to what they were called at the time. And pederseni sounds better than vittata. And technically they were originally called
Yes, welcome to the hobby/obsession, papalooee1.
I have a B. vagans as well, acquired as a little 1/2 sling from a friend, she's now
Welcome to the hobby/obsession, Sirtublord.
My very first T three years ago was a rosie too, a rescue that someone didn't want anymore.
Get P. Cambridgei, psalmos are great stepping stones when you want to get into OW Ts.. try psalmos first before getting an H. Mac, P. Cambridgei is the