How did you find Arachnoboards?

Outpost31Survivor

Arachnobaron
Active Member
Joined
Aug 23, 2019
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I acquired a feisty juvenile Heterometrus species yesterday from a reputable family owned pet store and sought more info on its care and specifically identification it was sold to me generically as a Asian Forest Scorpion. I plan to expand my collection to include more scorps and other invertebrates and lizards.
 

Tuisto

Arachnosquire
Joined
Jul 18, 2019
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Its blatantly everywhere on search engines, thankfully. But sadly so are a lot of caresheets that stress HUMIDITY and for every species..while seldom mentioning the ventilation aspect. Oh well... Glad to have found this place! :)
 

Uial

Arachnosquire
Joined
Jun 11, 2018
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I watched Tom Moran to help me overcome my Arachnophobia. He mentioned the forum as a good resource. I was a silent participant for a long while. Just reading about the T's fascinated me. And when I wasn't scared of spiders anymore I decided to get a T. Now I have seven:troll:
 

Colorado Ts

Arachnoknight
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Oct 16, 2019
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I had an Aphonopelma seemanni for many years, named her Terri. I lost her, many years ago, when a blizzard took out the power in my classroom over Christmas Break. I've missed her...

I now have several Aphonopelma hentizi, 2 mature males, 1 mature female and an immature female. I had given my students a research topic on tarantulas...when I read over their reports, this site was mentioned in several of the reports. I lurked for a few weeks, and now I've joined.

I recently purchased 5 GBB slings, to show my students how varied tarantulas can be...and now, I'm afraid I'm getting hooked. I'm already looking at purchasing a few more...after my current slings have put on some size.
 

Rlb0wma1

Arachnopeon
Joined
Jan 18, 2020
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So a few years ago I got a spider. I knew nothing about them and had a terrible fear of them but the tarantulas just intrigue me. I got it at an expo. The guy told me it was a Goliath pink toe which I’m not sure is even a real T now. It was about 4-5 inches. I decided I was going to give it some wild grasshoppers that I caught on some family land that I knew hadn’t been treated or even walked on in many years so I thought it was safe. Well dummy me didn’t even think about parasites which I should’ve known about since I have reptiles. Well my spider loved them but unfortunatly they killed it. I ended up giving my spider parasites. A few years later I decide to try again but this time I wanted to do everything right so I researched and researched and stumbled upon Tom Moran. He has taught me everything I know. I now have two slings and want so many more and now I know I have the information to make right by my old spidey. So Tom Moran brought me here to learn even more!
 

PGRVII

Arachnosquire
Arachnosupporter
Joined
Jan 31, 2020
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Mostly doing research for possible tarantulas to keep,and from certain you tube video recommendations. Good variety of keepers to source from and kinda pick through to see what may work best for you. 🤙
 
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