i have a 4 1/2" T. Blondi,a 3" Mexican Golden Redrump, a 4" B. Emilia, a 4" Kilimanjaro Baboon, a 5" B. Smithi, a 4" Straighthorned Baboon, a 7" L. Parahybana, a 3 1/2" Pink Zebra, a 6" Giant Whiteknee, a 4" P. Regalis, a 3 c1/2" Greenbottle Blue, a 4" Red Featherleg, a 4" Suntiger, a 4" B. Boehmei, a 3" Flagstaff Orange, and a 4 1/2" A. Versiculor:} I'm trying to sell most of these so spread the word!!! They are posted under the classified section 777 Msama E & F
Just got in some new Ts...probably the last for a while (except for the 2 that should be coming later in the week); so thought I'd post a quick list of my now 23 spiders (+2 on the way early next week!!!):
0.1.3Avicularia avicularia (they're mostly subads, but haven't moulted)
Birdeater(not sure what kind),juvie or adult
Usumbara Baboon or OBT,juvie
Rose Hair,i think juvie
centapede,not sure what kind(venomious is all i know,and quick)
V. platyomma ( sp. )
after raising T's for over 15 years i have now turned all my efforts to our texas native trantualas tere habitat is being destoryed ever day by shopping malls parking lots and ect.around waco i may be able to find 5 SPIDERS a year where 5 years ago i could see all i wanted. i still keep 25 or so different
trantualas alone with my snakes and monitor lizzards
Wow, you like the Big & Bad scorpions eh! I have kept many different kinds of scorpions but all of them have been from Central to N. America which I have collected. None as bad as Androctonus australis though. I'm interested in getting some Paruroctonus boreus from Canada. Do you know anyone who can set me up?
I'm new here and that comment was in response to Dave's info. I have kept many different types of scorpions, some millipedes, centipedes, roaches etc. I have kept Anuroctonus sp. but it tends to die on my unlike the other species of scorpions I've kept. I want to get some Paruroctonus boreus and Anuroctonus soon but I don't know anyone who has them.
Hi guys, I'm new to this sort of thing so please be patient with me. I've worked with reptiles of all kinds for most of my life. I've always been fascinated by T's though. I raised a few Tiger Rumps, a Red Knee, an OBT and a Pinktoe ( A. avicularia) a couple of years ago. Situations forced me to sell most of them off and the ones I kept turned out to be males so they didn't last long. I was able to get back into it this past Jan. though and it's kind of snowballed from there, I'm up to 8 T's so far.