Todays blog entry was due yesterday, but better late than never! Here is some information about my Singapore Blue Tarantula (Lampropelma violaceopes).
Today I took delivery of some new friends I got from thespidershop.co.uk.
Another one of my Tarantulas molted today, this is what happens when you have lots of spiderlings in your collection!
As promised, here is the next of my data posts, this time for one of my spiderlings, the Salmon Pink Bird-eater (Lasiodora parahybana). Continue reading “3rd largest in the world…”
Some new molts to share (although no pictures of the skins). Continue reading “Molts and photos update…”
While checking through my tarantulas earlier I found a few new molts and even though I’d already posted today, I thought I’d share the news. Continue reading “Some new molts!!”
This little guy is my Antilles Pinktoe (Avicularia Versicolor) spiderling, it is also known as the Martinique Red Tree Spider, which may seem a bit strange looking at it, but all will be explained. Continue reading “Its cute cause its blue! Yeah?”
Its Christmas!!!! Well, almost.
So, time to meet a movie star, although getting a signature could be an issue. Well, ok, this spider in particular isn’t a movie star but the species definitely is.
So, I seem to remember saying I would cover off the difference between old and new world species in my first post, so here goes.