- Sep 14, 2013
My Xenesthis lass had had waxworms before. I just think she came out of her comfort zone (hide) and thought "nope!!!".It's always funny when you give them something new, and they just sit there for a minute deciding whether it's food.
Meanwhile all genics are like, "I don't know what this is, and I don't care. It's all food to me."My Xenesthis lass had had waxworms before. I just think she came out of her comfort zone (hide) and thought "nope!!!".
My Monocentropus lambertoni lass can be a right funny bugger full stop with food.
Tah. And aye that's what I first noticed when I started using a camera instead of my phone. The little details you normally don't notice or appreciate. Still does blow me away when I start pinching in and you see the little hairs etc.You have some stunning tarantulas. Awesome pictures too! As a wannabe macro photographer, I love the little details in small animals, and I never get tired of the patterns, colors, and beauty of spiders and other arthropods.