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Sorry, was speaking of the US.
These are normally WC from SE Asia and exported. Not many are actually CB.
Cheapest way to do it is breed them yourself. Save a few for the communal. IME making communals out of slings that have never been separated have...
Mature at 6".
That does not look like a "sleeping bag" they normally web to rest. That looks like she's about to drop.
This thread is just the PG version of the "Nostalgic Posts from Special People" group. Hehe
All the Sub-family related groups are good. Another...
Sometimes there are hundreds of Aphonopelma chalcodes living together for a short period of time. ;)
I've paired a female and got an eggsac the next day. Females will carry eggs even without pairing with a male(hence phantom sacs).
Yep. Still male.
In some species of Theraphosidae you can see enlarged pedipalps in pre-ultimate males. It is much more obvious in many species of male true spiders.
Phlogius sp. "Stents"- sp. "Black/Presley" - sp. "Goliath" - sp. "pq113' and sp. "Eunice" all come to mind.
Tell that to the few Aussie species I have here in Minnesota. Did everyone forget that Steve Nunn legally exported many species years ago? Due to...
Made a trip down to visit a good friend Michael Jacobi last August in SE AZ. He has been staying in the Cave Creek Canyon, working at the...
Don't worry, they use webbing to hold the burrow walls from collapsing.
For editing I just use Lightroom and that's it. I starting with Corel Paint but finally bit the Adobe bullet. It's not too bad if you do the...
Not all the time. See the quote below. :)
That looks correct to me.
Yes, it's normal.
@John Chu Male. Wait for the next molt and you will see the pattern on the carapace fade even more.
You've never had one. Unless you can come up with pics of your spider having twin urt patches. ;)