- Nov 10, 2002
Hi, does anyone have some info on these guys? I know they are arboreal and grow up 8"+.....
Thanks for that link it was a pretty cool site as far as that tour part went. Especially the picture of the spider that looked like it had built its home in the rafters of a cabin or something. And those cave Centipedes were beautiful.Originally posted by Haploman
but they arent aboreal they are terrestrial but you can say that they are opportunistic Mark Pennell and some others take trips to malaysia to see these awesome spiders yes they do find them in trees but low to the floor, some on edges of banks by streams, etc. also another species that is highly defensive and fast. medically significant venom heard rumors that a person was bit by a 2 inch sling and left a black spot on his thigh. I regard these as one of my top 5 favorites check out this website its Mark Pennells, good pics of the trip and shows pics of their habitat
you can order a spiderling online if you want one, Jobe. but they are expensive though....Originally posted by Jobe
Hmmm...im amazed that out of all the WC spiders i have seen here in the shops...i have yet to see a C.Thorelli...weird huh...
Just heard of a megastore for exotic pets on the mainland state of my island...gotta go check that one out...wonder if ill see any there
I may not be too far off from making that a reality Haploman...Ive had some response to my idea for exporting some species. Only a few more things to iron out on the side like vet certs etc... I would prolly want to start with some scorpions which Kugelleger and Steve55 have shown some interest in, and then pave my way from there to tarantulas.Originally posted by Haploman
he lives in Malaysia. actually he can go in his back yard and get some and even some others lie the P. everetti, C. Thorelli, Im sure even some more kewl ones. JHobe send some this way