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moxteu

Arachnopeon
Joined
Aug 5, 2022
Messages
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Hi, all I am from Canada and Ireland also, just because of my parent's nationality.
After having my fish tank empty for a while, I've finally decided to refill it, but this time I'm doing something new: research! I'm still debating whether to get freshwater or saltwater fish. I think a marine system would be lovely, but I know it will be more expensive and labor-intensive than a freshwater arrangement. Do you have any suggestions for covering the back glass pane with a black background?
Thank you ahead of time.
 

bobroxxx

Arachnopeon
Joined
Aug 6, 2022
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2
hello! I'm from Jakarta, Indonesia. Back to keeping Tarantulas again after few month ago my pulchripes and tripepii escape from their enclosure and my birupes passed away. :bigtears:

Currently I have Balfouri and Vagans.
 

melodieg

Arachnopeon
Joined
Jun 13, 2022
Messages
2
Hi everyone! I'm a newish keeper based in New Mexico. I started doing more research on spiders/inverts last year after my life long arachnophobia was getting out of control. Jumping spiders were the gateway - now I have four jumpers and two T's (G. pulchra male / T. albopilosus female) with a growing wishlist! Really enjoying the hobby and appreciate all the great info available here on arachnoboards!!
You can also find me on insta @arachnegram
 

Vulash

Arachnopeon
Joined
Aug 7, 2022
Messages
7
Hi everyone! I'm a new tarantula owner as of last week. I went all in (although some of you may not think so!). I had planned to get one and ended up getting four. I did quite a bit of reading and watching videos, especially Toms Big Spiders and the Tarantula Collective. My "bible" is on the way. I know I've barely scratched the surface in what I need to learn, and that is why I'm here. Luckily, I enjoy learning new things, and I probably have too many hobbies.

As for me, I'm a 42-year-old geologist from Houston. I have a two-year-old son, and a little tarantula lover in the oven.
 

PullinginExotics

Arachnopeon
Joined
Aug 8, 2022
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3
Hi our names are Drew and Danielle, we run a small Instagram and YouTube for our hobby of tarantulas and other soon to be exotics, we were both born near the east coast of the United States and live in a kinda small town. We have both always been into watching and learning about local wildlife and hope to grow our collection and understanding of the all these fantastic creatures, local and exotic. We especially enjoy tarantulas and other inverts, being able able to watch and learn their habits. We plan to expand more into more creatures and eventually help teach people about these creatures and help people who are scared an understanding of them.
 

manyleggedfriend

Arachnopeon
Joined
Aug 14, 2022
Messages
5
Hi! I can't have spiders right now but I like them a lot and I'm interested in keeping invertebrates, insect photography, etc. in general. I'm pretty new to it and this seemed like one of the most active places to share thoughts and ask questions. Thanks for having me!
 

Westicles

Arachnobaron
Arachnosupporter
Joined
Dec 9, 2018
Messages
388
Hi! I can't have spiders right now but I like them a lot and I'm interested in keeping invertebrates, insect photography, etc. in general. I'm pretty new to it and this seemed like one of the most active places to share thoughts and ask questions. Thanks for having me!
We're glad to have you! There's top notch advice here
 

mandylydena

Arachnopeon
Joined
Aug 13, 2022
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My name is Mandy and I posted for the first time yesterday, but have been coming here for information for a while. I appreciated being politely corrected on my husbandry and have rectified the situation. I’m 45 and got my first T back in May (it’s never too late). I have a young E. campestratus and a slightly bigger A. avicularia (arrived four days ago). I also have a Blizzard leopard gecko and have been keeping reptiles, fish and amphibians for years. Looking forward to my time here!
 

Westicles

Arachnobaron
Arachnosupporter
Joined
Dec 9, 2018
Messages
388
My name is Mandy and I posted for the first time yesterday, but have been coming here for information for a while. I appreciated being politely corrected on my husbandry and have rectified the situation. I’m 45 and got my first T back in May (it’s never too late). I have a young E. campestratus and a slightly bigger A. avicularia (arrived four days ago). I also have a Blizzard leopard gecko and have been keeping reptiles, fish and amphibians for years. Looking forward to my time here!
Welcome!! Some of us love fellow reptile and fish keepers.
 
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