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this is pretty old, if anybody can find the old posts on it you'll see that the zoo keeper was sent and responded to emails from members of this...
possible no sac came of it. Ive sent out several males with no positive results.
Got a package today everything was packed well and arrived in great condition.
The mature females are also very shiny compared to the nymphs
I Agree if your in Tucson PM me and I'll come collect as many as I can.
My wife is tolerant, she understands why I have them. She actually doesn't like all my Tarantulas, but she knows that is what I like and accepts it.
I remember seeing a show about this. They said that if your lucky enough to survive the bite than most likely you will be impotent.
Yeah I saw a photo of those and thats what I'm thinkin now.
Woops left out that tidbit, Yeah it was black.
Anybody know what species are found in AZ. My buddy cought me one today and none of the pictures I've seen look close enough It has Metalic...
1. It may or it may not, I had a E. murinus that just webbed the molt into the side of the burrow.
2. I wouldn't worry about it, the only way...
nice pics, what is the orange stuff with the food in the pic with the hisser nymphs?
Haplopelma albostriatum "Thai Zebra Tarantula", wouldn't want to confuse those two.
Well I do feed on the conservative side
Well one problem is that B. smithi can take a couple of years getting to be 2 inches
E. murinus is definatley a pet hole.
Heres a couple of pics of a MM E. murinus I had. Up until his ultimate molt he was the standard black color. E. murinus do have hooks but thay are...
Thats interesting. Was that the male you got from me? Good luck, I hope it works out for you.