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Definitely BAD IDEA!
The Customs guys on Dorval Airport are deadly serious about that stuff.
I've seen the man arrested for undeclared cheese he...
G.pulchra - GREAT CHOICE!
For years I use the tap boiled water for dishes refill and mist.
I'm just biased too ... ;P :p
When I watch my GBB it's the most beautiful T. on the World, when I watch G.pulchra, she's the winner, watching...
Lucky you! ;P
Everybody complaint they can't see their H.lividium for months.
Perhaps some cross-breed terrestrial H.lividium you have? :)...
LOL! If there's a "Best Avatar" contest around, yours is a 100% WINNER! ;P :D :wicked:
Well, sounds to me like GBB - lot of activity, lot of web, not too big - go for it!
On second thought I'd recommend G.pulchra - docile, active,...
Mushrooms??? :eek: ... I L O V E mushrooms! :D ;P
Seriously, I've had 3 small mushrooms once in my B.smithi terrarium, obviously there was...
Same thing happened to me when I bought my P.imperator scorpion few years ago - after 2 months I got 35 scorplings bonus.
I've been watching her molting till 3.30 AM and finally have fall asleep.
Just remarked she has turned on the side.
This morning - WHAT...
Well ... Thank You! ;)
GBB would be a good choice - mine has never flick hairs at me.
How about G.rosea or G.pulchra?
G.rosea practically is a pet rock (unless you...
She finally started molting, but not on the back.
She's still on the legs and the carapace is split.
I know some T’s molts standing or on...
Sure I will - For now she stays in one place where the "web carpet" is, just turning around sometimes.
Nothing better than freshly molted GBB!
Old skin has been carefully packed in web ball and disposed in the tank corner:)
Of course, i don't touch her and she's in very quiet and dark place.
Just hope it's really the lubricant since there's no way she gets hurt in...
My G.pulchra is about molting (at least she supposes to be, since last time she molted 2 years ago).
She looks and behaves like textbook molting...
Piles of mulberry leaves is all they need.
Just throw some kleenex inside to let them play hide-and-seek.
OK, here's my B.smithi chewing the silkworm ... yummy!:)
In Puerto Vallarta you most probably won't see any T's since the whole area is ALL about tourists (read: $$$) and local authorities tries to keep...