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About 2 inches or so. What do you all think?
I got a sure-fire trick of my own. I usually spread a smooth coat of mayonaisse in my T's enclosure to see if they've been coming out at night....
I second this. Also, a lot of the dwarf Aphonopelmas have pretty bad attitudes. I've also seen a few seemanis that didn't live up to Aphonopelmas...
Incredible! I'm glad the little guy made it.
From what I know, Psalmopoeus is very similar to Poecilotheria in terms of venom potency and makeup. I knew a guy who got tagged by a reduncus and...
I rarely see the true, super velvety B. vagans around. However, the 1 adult female I've had in the past was by far one of the most vicious spiders...
A. moderatum, A. sp. "New River", A. bicoloratum, A. behlei is pretty neat I suppose, A. moorei/mooreae (unsure about spelling, but good luck...
Where in Phoenix are you?
PM Sent. I'm in Tempe.
Boehmei is stunning, but every single one I have ever owned has been an atrocious hairkicker.
I personally like my B. albiceps the most.
Anyone have pictures of Avicularia anthracina? I want to know just how they decided to put it into Grammostola.
I think it's a Chilean Rose. In fact, I'm almost certain.
Top 3 in my collection:
Hell, I don't know. Too many rad species.
I have found G. pulchripes to be one of the faster growing Grammostola species. Now my pulchra babies are another story:rolleyes:
Came across a batch of brand new large Lee's Herp Haven enclosures.
Their dimensions are 14.5 inches long by 8.75 inches wide by 9.75...
Avoid bare screen. I usually take photo paper or plastic bags or something similar and poke holes into it, then tape it onto the inside of the...
My LP's, A. Genic's and T. stirmi all catch their food any which way they can. In the air, while on the glass, while underground (atleast for...
That's probably because they should be reclassified :razz:
It really takes a good artist to do a tarantula right. Most of them come out looking goofy and 100% white-trash.
Grammostola, Aphonopelma, and Brachypelma species.