Lol I just had to post this bc viper always puts such a big post for euathlus. Are you happy now?? I just ordered a 2" female sp red.
2 months prior to molt, now 2 weeks post molt. Did have to regenerate a leg and it is only about 67 in my house (New York in a bitter winter). Have placed
I have heard that tarantulas who lost legs will spend their energy in recovering the leg, instead of in reproduction and will not lay an ooteca if they
I recently picked up a Haplopelma vonwirthi from a sweet Craigslist deal. "She" had a pretty sad setup and I couldn't resist haggling and picking
Alrighthy so I'll be picking up my West African Millipede this Friday, and I already have everything I need from the substrate to hydrometer & thermometer
Noooo not even close. It's a sac. They're completely different.
They lay eggs and then pack them in a ooteca, better now?
Thanks for the answers guys, but I would pair them up anyway. I just want to know
I believe so, I tried not to stair to much
I would like to hear more experiences of freeze drying,too.I have an AF P.antinous that came to me frozen due to some very bad packing.I have her in the
I've made semi-similar enclosures in the past that mimic a "hill-side" or embankment type of environment. That was for obligate fossorial species
Its clearly not mature, you won't be able to tell if its male or female as they will look identical at that size