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The scientific names are not specifically Latin but a mix of Latin, Greek, and some Old Germanic for the Genus. (often called biological Latin)...
Use an electric (hair) blow dryer to heat up the glue from the backside through the glass. That should soften it up enough to pull it free.
Nice lizards Richard
If you want your colony to slow production cool them to low seventies they will still make a few egg sacs but quite so explosive.
I'm sure you can get a member to pay for packaging, shipping, and a heat pack if you wanted to get rid of them.
D. diamantinensis mid molt....."How dare you"
So will a wax worm!! I had one eat a 2.5" sluggish premolt Avic sling, devoured it right down the heart-line of the abdomen. I have never used any...
Glad your happy with the additions, you are welcome over anytime ;)
Welcome back Douglas!
UGGHHH!!! it not supposed to be above 40 for the low till back side of March.
Thanks, he is up on my sale/trade list in the classifieds.
Bumba cabocla.....any mature females out there??
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N. chromatus close to 6" cant wait till she comes out to show off.
0.1.0 4.5" E. campestratus
he/she is not eating the molt, Tarantulas lose a lot of fluid during a molt and will regularly suck all the leftover fluid back up that they can...
Spermatheca are different shapes for different T species. They all look female to me.
To me the picture in the gallery link looks a lot like the pic on Ricks web site for A. anitahoffmannae?...
Thia is the only decent reference I could find about it and it questions the validity of the species, nice looking T which ever it is...
3-4" and I can confirm they are slow growers as slings, but once they reach 1-1.5" they make more size progress in between molts. Fast, skittish...
0.1.0 4" E. campestratus ;) (added pic)