From (od) : IloveSPIDERZ | Pets & Animals | time (czas) 00:51 | count (liczba odwiedzin) 1316 | rating (ocena) 5.0 |
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Ya, but with smaller abdomens, you can't really sex them properly. but psalmopoeus, and pokies are easy to sex, the females are more colorful than the males
I will post one within a week.
You know, they are actually alot more shy than they are dangerous. You know, it's very muck like any other house spider. They wouldn't bite you on porpuse.
Ya, those ill attempts. Not the case with arboreals tho. Scare them and they take off like lightning on the glass
@mantellanicky Actually, there are two species of spider that aren't venomous.
I only remember seeing on. And it literally says in one of the spider books I own that they occur as far north as Upstate New York, and Massachussets, Whick I happen to live right in upstate New York. Pretty cool ay?!
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@choidj Actually, this one isn't even big at all. haha Probably, 3-4 inches.
actually all spiders/tarantulas are venomous. But mosts bites are only as powerful as a beesting but it still has poison, only a few tarantulas will kill u if bitten.
Not really. I actually cannot get enough of these things. I would be buying so many more, but I live under the rules of my parents. lol My mom was like scared to death of these things, and wouldn't let me have one until After 8 years of bribing. Now, I have 2 of them, and she thinks they are the most boring pets I could ever get. I personally think turtles are, but other people tend to beg to differ.
Yeah, That's another true one.
lol. Yeah. I think it is so cool that arboreals can survive really long falls because of the smaller abdomen and the tufts of hair on the legs.
Yeah, this one can't escape because of her worn adhessive pads. This thing can be quite funny at times.
Ah...so that's how they do it... had 2 Ts that actually escaped on me. My past mature male b.emilia and my pulchra (when she was a sling). I just hope my goliath doesn't develop that smarts ^_^
True. On the bright side, noone has ever died from a tarantula bite.
Yeah actually that is in the nature of that tarantula mine also does that when iwake up its gone then trying to find it I thought its gone but when the night comes I put a mice on its cage/home then the night passed then tomorrow I saw my spider eating the mice so I put a barrier on top so my spider can't go out again
Yes, but with extreme caution. It won't result in killing us, but may result in the killing of them with a simple one foot fall. These and many are NOT venomess. Only a few are, but no recorded deaths of tarantula bites.
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