- Oct 11, 2002
Here's my B.klaasi
Once my slings get to 1-2" I feed 'em adult crickets. They have no trouble taking them down. The smaller crickets just aren't doing it for them.Originally posted by Theraposa
hah there's nothing wrong being a picture happy person.... keep on posting pictures and I think you can't post multiple pictures on a thread. By the way.. that's a small tarantulas eating a fat cricket
These really are neat looking tarantulas. They remind me of genics, but with more white on the legs. What kind of tarantuality?Originally posted by Lasiodora
You have 87 t's?Originally posted by JP version 1.0
I've seen numerous people handle them and I have heard others saying theirs were docile. HOWEVER, I have 2 of them and out of 87 T's they have to be in my top 5 not to handle list. We call the female "The Truth" because as Jack Nicholson says, " You can't handle the truth".
I believe their common name is blazil black and white banded leg. I like it's pattern a little more than my genic. They are very fuzzy and have a little bit of red hairs on their abdomin. The lighting in my room didn't let me catch that in the pic.Originally posted by Big Dragonfly
These really are neat looking tarantulas. They remind me of genics, but with more white on the legs. What kind of tarantuality?
There are people on this board with more T's than me ( I know a couple of them personally). They don't require too much time. I check water dishes daily, but (other than spiderlings) they surely don't require much daily attention. I try to vary their diets as much as possible with pinkies or roaches,but I use alot of crickets. Also, understand that I'll buy several slings and sell or trade excess when they are larger.Originally posted by Big Dragonfly
You have 87 t's?
How much time do you spend with them a day?
What is your staple food? Crickets?