My roommate had a rosie and when it passed away he got a H.Lividum. He was on quite a bit learning how to keep his new moster and got me interested in the idea. A few days later I was in Erie, PA and saw a 3 inch Costa Rican Tiger Rump and bought her. I joined the board the same day. I now have 5 T's and am addicted to every word everyone of you posts.:worship:
I got myself a t a couple of months back and was looking at buying some more but in the sling format and came across Botar (www.botarby8s.com) and he had a link to this site and decided that well, if I was going to invest alot of time and effort into my new hobby I better get onboard with this website to collect vital info on t's when needed, there I said it....
I frequently saw 'Arachnoboards' mentioned on the 'Livefoods UK' forum. When I started working in an exotic pet shop I came here for information and research. Now that I have my own T I've joined. Good forum too, very informative and fiendly.
Just looking surfing the net and came across this site, I have kept Giant land snails for over a year now and they are my main focus, i got my first milli in October last year and now have 17 and i got my first mantid yesterday, am really only just getting into insects etc...
I also keep newts, rabbits, guinea-pigs and a dog, i run a petsitting business which is coming along great and am a student at college studying animal welfare which is cool
wondered if anyone else here keeps GALS aka Giant african land snails? if so what species?
Well I was looking at a web site of someone who sells spiders and scorpions. I was thinking about getting my first spider for a pet, and he had a link to this site for reference about his capabilities as a breeder and dealer. Once I read the reviews and decided to order my first 2 spiders (beautiful A Geniculata, and A Versicolor with a most unusual coloring pattern) I decided that having an account on this web site could be an invaluable source of information to help me in caring for my newest pets.
When I was researching about different types of tarantulas and looking up caresheets for the different species, arachnoboards always came up in my search and I always got alot of information from here. Thought it would be a good idea to join since I was learning so much.