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    Acanthoscurria Geniculata

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    I have re-signed as a Moderator.

    I have unfortunately felt the need to re-sign from my moderator duties. No bad blood between myself and any of the other Moderators, I just felt it was time to step down. I will stick around as a member, and I may still have the Mod tag on my profile for a bit, but from here on out I am just a...
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    these are really cool little bugs. No invert collection is complete without them.. Giant Vinegaroon
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    Beginner Basics.

    This is something I wrote for a Facebook group, and I think it fits here as well Beginners are welcome here, But we ask that they please read this post Beginner Basics. 1) Feeding: One prey item a week is plenty for any tarantula. Roaches,Crickets/Locusts, and Silk Worms are the best and most...
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    New to my Zoo.

    picked this gal up yesterday. Very happy to have her :)
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    7' of tarantula

    got a new rack a few months ago.. gotta get a couple more soon.
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    Megaphobema .

    Here's a couple of my Megs, join in if you have some.. Disclaimer: Megaphobema are one of the harder genera to keep, only experienced keepers should consider them. M.mesomelas M.robustum M.velvetosomma
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    Kenny is now Nada

    Hey guys, Do to multiple people assuming I am Ken the Bug Guy, I have changed my user name to "Nada" (which is the name I go by on AB) It was especially confusing considering Kenny isn't my real name (Mark is) I chose the username Kenny ( a contraction of my surname) because When I joined the...
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    C.darlingi - Rear horned baboon

    paired 7-25-13 yesterday.
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    New Facebook group..

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1408324052737251/ I go by Mark Sakaarson on FB. Join in, and I'll be doing some US T giveaways in the near future.
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    and now the waiting....
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    Six months of molts..

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    Awful Pics, Awesome T!

    My new 6.5" Cyriopagopus Schiodetei
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    Shipping: slings and juvies.

    A quick tutorial on how to pack slings for shipment. 1st: You start with a box. The smaller the box the cheaper the freight. 2nd: you need to line the box with Styrofoam(2x4 sheets can be purchase at home depot or loews for $3). This adds extra protection from a rough ride, and more...
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    breeding gone primal.

    remnants of a pairing.. (I think it went well, she was just to fast.)
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    Vertical Aquarium Converions for Arboreals.

    Here's how I house my mid-large adult arboreal tarantulas. Here's what you need: 5.5 Gallon glass aquarium (10 gallon for really big spiders) Appropriately sized screen lid 3 screen cover clips. Clear silicone Sheet of Plexi Glass/Acrylic Acrylic Cutting tool Utility Knife/Straight Edge...
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    Psalmopeus Cambridgei

    A couple shots of my Cambridgei pair. I paired them last night. The female is a little in the small side at 5.5 but she's freshly molted and mature so.. I also made a stupid mistake that I continually make with arboreal species, which is neglecting to move the female into a larger enclosure...
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    This is why I don't like P.Metallica..

    .. they pale in comparison.
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    Greenbottle Blue

    GBB in the works. I've been successful with this species 3x prior. Here we go again. Both molted under 2months. I've had 3 very long pairings with my female, and my male has made it out safe and sound.
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    US Orange Baboons 2i FS/T

    I have about 100 of these guys good to go. bred by me, and freshly molted into 2i Price is $5 each + shipping of your choosing (ranges from $12-$40) Quantity discounts available. I reserve the right to refuse sales to anyone.