Separate names with a comma.
0.0.2 B. vagans
0.0.2 C. darlingi
0.0.2 C. marshalli
0.0.3 H. villosella
0.0.1 P. langenbucheri
0.0.4 P. irminia
0.1.0 P. lugardi
Not today, but an H. villosella sling molted in transit yesterday, stumbled upon it during unpacking.
I'm a day late but I went and did a search and this thread was linked in another thread so I decided to copy the link. It is for C. elegans, but I...
They are migrating the site, Jamie posted about the migration on Facebook a few days ago.
They are good eaters, they aren't as slow growing as others in the Brachypelma genus, very easy to keep, they also look better...
Nor can I be of any help as the two I have are still slings.
Good luck with breeding such a nice species.
Read it earlier, very interesting
B. schroederi are far superior with quite the appetite. It's so amazing watching them grow and end up looking like this at 2.5"
He's growing into his ears.
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Have you noticed that the youtubers that focus on education get less views/subscribers than a channel that primarily uses tarantulas as...
@LailaQ I know it's blurry, but this is a picture of one of my H. orellanai slings as requested (the larger sling that is still really small)...
I'm at the point that I need to buy one of those myself.
The title is obvious, I am looking for ideas for non acrylic sling enclosures for arboreals and heavy webbing dwarf species.
I already utilize...
It's growth rate isn't important to me just curious as this species is in my near future.
A new C. versicolor ought to convince your wife that more eight legged friends are very beneficial.
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@Exoskeleton Invertebrates posted something on Facebook concerning this topic recently if I recall.
I should really quit visiting this thread, not sure how many more brain cells I have left to lose.
That's something I should definitely think about if there are indeed herding trials around here.