From reading my other post on feeding my Ts, and their growth rate, I would like to spark a discussion on exactly what happens prior to a T going into
Hello, Im new to scorps and have had a desert hairy for 4 months, it is a sub adult, stop eating and very active with its legs and feet. Any ideas what
Been thinking about picking up two from a local place.
Does anyone have resources to a good care guide for Hadrurus arizonensis?
Heres my T's first up Syrup our Acanthoscurria geniculata
And Gorgoroth our Lasiodora parahybana
(that's a cranberry, you fierce arthropod)
Right, I've also found that plump spiders aren't as high strung or as prone to run out of cages. I usually work with my spiders at night (feed/water)
doesn't a specie of Ceratogyrus "scream"?
I haven't been able to find much info about these but in speaking with Ken (or whoever it is that responds to email communication through the website)
I believe they lay eggs in sub so around 2 inches should work. Misting the enclosure is a good idea but slugs can be sensitive to chemicals so try for
Well all over the world ants go on nuptial flights after a rainstorm, this is common behavior. It's the disappearance of long established colonies that
A full abdomen is the #1 trigger....it will happen over a much longer period of time if the t isn't fed well enough, but that shouldn't be happening to