I bought my B.emilia in september it's a 0.5 inch body length but he/she has eaten just once since then(second day after i got him/her).
So I traded a few slings recently for a supposedly mature male A. geniculata. In the picture sent to me, I was looking to see it was a geniculata, and
I've never had a web-happy species before. The Luggage drops her boluses right in the middle of her webbing, where she likes to sit. What's the best way
Here are our T's, the G. porteri is named Stig, and she is a 5.5", and an approximately 5 year old female. She is due for a molt sometime in the
I have a few acres and I have been searching high and low for local mygalomorphs ever since I became interested in tarantulas. I was convinced
Regarding that G. rosea's fangs...I think you might be exaggerating a wee bit.
Transgender reptile with a spelling impediment in crises .
I will snap some pictures of the location I found the MM and the sling at some point today.
Alipes multicostis seems to reach 5,75 inches in total and 4,75" in body-lenght.Bugzuk.com is importing some soon,I made a reservation
Premolt can take quite a while, especially for Brachypelma. Several weeks or even longer isn't unusual. Assuming it is in premolt check out this thread
I do not know about the valley itself but I have seen them out in the hills around Desert Center.