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Everything under the Sun
Posted by: Darrin (IP Logged)
Date: April 19, 2004 11:13PM

Babycurus jacksoni Red Bark Scorpion 1-2 inch $18
Centruroides exilicauda Arizona Bark Scorpion 2-3 inch $10
Centruroides vittatus Striped Bark Scorpion 2-3 inch $12
Diplocentrus spitzeri Scorpion 1/2 - 2 inch $20
Diplocentrus peloncillensis Scorpion 1/2 - 2 inch $20
Hadrurus arizonensis arizonensis Desert Hairy 4-6 inch $20
Hadrurus arizonensis pallidus Desert Hairy Pale 4-6 inch $20
Heterometrus spinifer Asian Forest 4-6 inch $20
Lychas mucronatus Chinese Swimming 1-2 inch $15
Mesobuthus martensii Chinese Armor-tail 1-3 inch $15
Pandinus imperator Emperor Scorpion 4-6 inch $15
Smeringurus mesaensis Scorpion 1-4 inch $16
Superstitionia donensis Scorpion 1/3-1 inch $20
Uroctonus mordax 1-1 1/2 inch $15
Vaejovis paysonensis 3/4-1 inch $20
Vaejovis spinigeris Lined Devil Scorpion 1-2 inch $10

Acanthoscurria geniculata white knee 4 inch + $75
Aphonopelma anax Texas Tan 1-2 inch $25
Aphonopelma anax Texas Tan 2-3 inch $30
Aphonopelma behlei Grand Canyon Black 1/4 inch $30
Aphonopelma behlei Grand Canyon Black 1-2 inch $45
Aphonopelma chalcodes Mexican Blond 3 inch $35
Aphonopelma chalcodes Mexican Blond 2 inch $25
Aphonopelma chalcodes Mexican Blond 1 inch $15
Aphonopelma hentzi Texas Brown 1/4 inch $5
Aphonopelma moderatum Rio Grande Gold 1 1/2 - 2 inch $20
Aphonopelma smithi California ebony 4 inch $50
Aphonopelma species Carlsbad green 4 inch $50
Aphonopelma species Carlsbad green 1/4 inch $8
Aphonopelma wichitanum Wichita Mt. Red 1/4 inch $10
Avicularia versicolor Antilles pink toe 1/2 - 1 inch $25
Brachypelma albopilosum Curly Hair 1/4 inch $8
Brachypelma boehmei Mexican Rustleg 1/3 inch $18
Brachypelma epicureanum Yucatan Rustrump 3 inch $40
Brachypelma ruhnaui Mexican Golden Redrump 1/3 inch $45
Brachypelma smithi Mexican red knee 2-3 inch $50
Brachypelma smithi Mexican red knee 1/4 inch $20
Brachypelma vagans Mexican Redrump 1 inch $12
Ceratogyrus brachycephalus Greaterhorned Baboon 3/4 inch $20
Chromatopelma cyanopubescens Greenbottle Blue 1/2 inch $30
Citharischius crawshayi King Baboon 1 inch $35
Cyclosternum fasciatum Costa Rican Tigerrump 1/4 inch $15
Cyclosternum fasciatum Costa Rican Tigerrump 1 1/2-2 inch $40
Grammostola aureostriatum Chaco Golden Knee 1/3 inch $15
Grammostola rosea Chilean Rose Hair 1/2 inch $8
Haplopelma lividum Cobalt Blue 1/2 inch $20
Hysterocrates gigas Cameroon Rusty Red Baboon 2 inch $15
Lasiodora cristata Brazilian Red & White 1/4 inch $10
Lasiodora parahybana Brazilian salmon 4-5 inches $65
Lasiodora parahybana Brazilian salmon 3 inches $40
Lasiodora parahybana Brazilian salmon 1/3 inch $8
Nhandu carapoensis Brazilian Red 1 1/2 inch $35
Nhandu coloratovillosum Brazilian Black & White 1/2 inch $15
Pterinochilus murinus Orange Morph Usambara 1/2 inch $10
Stromatopelma calceatum Featherleg Baboon 2-3 inch $45

Hogna carolinensis Giant Wolf Spider 3-4 inch $10
Kukulkania hibernalis Crevice Weaver 1-1 1/2 inch $10
Latrodectrus hesperus Western widow 1+ inch $12
Olios giganteus Giant Huntsman (up to 3 inch legspan) 1/2+ inch $10

Scolopendra mutilans Chinese Red Head 4-6 inch $25
Scolopendra polymorpha 2-3 inch $8
Scolopendra polymorpha 4-6 inch $12
Scolopendra subspinipes 6-10 inches $25
Scolopendra viridis 2-3 inch $8

Blaberus giganteus South American Giant Cockroach nymphs $3
Blaptica dubia nymphs $1
Eublaberus prosticus Orange head Cockroach nymphs $2
Gromphadorhina portentosa Madagascan Hissing nymphs to adult $1.50
Nauphoeta cinerea Lobster Cockroach nymphs $1

African Giant Black Millipedes 3-4 inch
Orthoporus ornatus Chocolate Millipede 3-6 inches

Platymeris biguttata White Spot Assassin nymphs $8
Platymeris rhadamanthus Red Spot Assassin nymphs $12
Platymeris species 'Mombo' Orange Spot Assassin nymphs $20

Calosoma scrutator Fiery Searcher adult $15
Dynastes granti Grant's Rhinoceros beetle L3 larvae $15
Dynastes tityus Eastern Rhinoceros beetle L3 larvae OUT
Pasimachus species beetle 1-1 1/2 inches $12

Parasphendale agrionina Kenyan Purple & Pink 1 or more inches
Hierodula membranacea Asian Giant 1 inch

Triassic Triops Giant Tadpole Shrimp Kit eggs and food $7.50

The Tarantula Keeper's Guide, Stan Schultz 287 pages $14
Scorpions: A Pet Owner's Manual, Manny Rubio 95 pages $8
Biology of Scorpions, Gary Polis Editor (this item requires payment of $20 shipping due to size and weight) 587 pages $90
Tarantulas and Scorpions: Their Care in Captivity, Jerry G. Walls 64 pages $10
Ghost of the Trees: Walking Stick and Leaf Insects O. McMonigle and P. Clausen 44 pages $12
A Complete Guide to Stick & Leaf Insects, Paul Brock 64 pages $10
A Step By Step Book About Stick Insects, David Alderton 64 pages $6
Praying Mantids: Keeping Aliens, A. Lasebny 40 pages $10
Allpet Roaches: Care and Identification Handbook for the Pet and Feeder Cockroaches, R. Willis and O. McMonigle 41 pages $15
The Complete Guide to Rearing Grant's Rhinoceros Beetle, O. McMonigle 37 pages $10
Feeding Insect-Eating Lizards, David L. Zoffer 64 pages $10
The Proper Care of Tarantulas, Ann Webb 288 pages $7


Re my tarantula wont eat
Posted by: jo (IP Logged)
Date: August 16, 2004 07:01AM

i have got a brazilian white knee bird eater and when it last molted i could see its spurs meaning it has matured and is stoped eating a for a long time before it molted and has never got its appetite must be a gud 2/3 months since it last is only about a year old and i wanted to use it for breeding.have you got any advice on how i can get it to feed again.and do you know if this can be normal when they matture? if you can tell me anything it would be a great help.thankyou.

Posted by: jesse besa (IP Logged)
Date: October 12, 2004 06:48PM

I have 3 trantulas, A curly haired, a rose haired, and a sunburst babboon, How can i tell what sex they are??

Re: question!!
Posted by: kanchan richardson (IP Logged)
Date: October 24, 2004 03:22PM

We found a two-inch insect, mostly resembling a giant ant but can't identify it through field guides. Any ideas?

Re: question!!
Posted by: eli (IP Logged)
Date: January 02, 2005 04:17AM

i have found one in my back yard to my dad said it came from the middle east

How to tell the sex of a rose hair tarantula?
Posted by: Scott (IP Logged)
Date: January 16, 2005 04:08PM

I have been told that you look at the front and go by how long the part similar to their legs is,(the part they use to feel around with and use to help get food into their mouth,but I really don't see any difference.Is their another way to tell?I have had mine for a little over a year,it has molted one time.It is just a tiny bit larger than it was when I bought it,and I'm pretty sure it had already molted at least one time before I bought it.Could you give me an estimate of how old it might be?Any help would be appreciated.

Re: How to tell the sex of a rose hair tarantula?
Posted by: ashley russell (IP Logged)
Date: February 14, 2005 03:34AM

my trantula is laying little white balls .... but she does not have a male to mate with .. i think she is a rose hair trantula .... what could this be??????

Re: How to tell the sex of a rose hair tarantula?
Posted by: Sj1supersport (IP Logged)
Date: February 14, 2005 03:39PM

It sounds like one of 2 things that I can think of,the first being food that some breeds do this way to save for later,the one it sounds the most like is eggs,but it doesn't sound like that would be the case from what you have said.When my rose hair got ready to molt,she spun out a lot of web all over the bottom of her tank,and water bowl. I was wondering when she was going to molt because I had her for quite a while.and she showed no sign of doing so.The very next day,she had finished molting.and I didn't even get to see it. I found out that they grow very slow,and only molt 1 time per year. I had seen how a blue topaz really makes a mess in their tank,for no reason. I just heard that they are very aggressive also.If yours is bright orange on her back,and super docile,then it probably is a rose hair.If you want to save their remains of a molt all you have to do is put a little bit of hair spray on it.You can also learn their sex and age,if you have a pet store that knows what they are doing.In closing,I found out that if mine had of been a male,it would not still be alive because they just live to a max of 14 months,or at least that is what a lot of places told me. I hope I helped a little.

Re: How to tell the sex of a rose hair tarantula?
Posted by: ~Nate (IP Logged)
Date: February 16, 2005 12:22PM


It is normal for a tarantula to stop eating for 2-6 weeks after a molt.
How often did you feed it befor?

For Breeding I would advise you to get a female as well (if you dont all ready have one). When your male is trying to escape all the time (around mateing season) just simpley put him in the FAR cornor of the females cage (away from the female. try to have it so she sees him befor he sees her. Also make sure shes ready to mate. But look out spider fights do break out alot and could resolt in you loseing one if not both spiders.

Re: Everything under the Sun
Posted by: Marc Fergin (IP Logged)
Date: August 04, 2005 08:40PM

I searche 5 Exemplars of Smeringurus mesaensis. Can you help me?
Best Regards
Marc Fergin

Re: How to tell the sex of a rose hair tarantula?
Posted by: kristin maggrah (IP Logged)
Date: December 06, 2005 05:58AM

i have a rose hair trantula and i dont know if it is a male or a female how can i tell ?????

My Trantula isn't eating (Rue)
Posted by: Allie (IP Logged)
Date: January 11, 2006 09:42PM

My Chilean Rose Haired Tarantula isn't eating and I don't know if its a she or he. I have only had it for about 2 weeks and I love it to death but Im scared that it will not eat and die. I have 2 crickets in the tank and it will not burrow under its log. So please help me!!! =(

Re: My Trantula isn't eating (Rue)
Posted by: finn (IP Logged)
Date: May 20, 2006 02:47PM

my trantula just stopped molting and layed little yellow things all over my cage?
i was wondering if they were eggs cause i dont know the sex i my spider and there no store around me o help me tell of the sex

Re: Everything under the Sun
Posted by: Monica (IP Logged)
Date: July 24, 2006 08:07PM

I've got just a couple of questions. The first one is purely out of being curious. I just ordered a 1" mexican red knee last week. My question is...what age would that make him (her) appox? Someone had told me about 1 year. And she hasn't eaten since she got here. Which has been for 3 days. Should I be worried or is she still settling in?

Thank you for your info!

Re: question!!
Posted by: paul (IP Logged)
Date: May 31, 2007 06:15AM

ok you hear all these stories of how old they are or what sex they are to give you a really fast shooling on your spider's. take a look at the tail end of your spiders now the male for example will have two spinners located in the rear. and your female's will only have one spinner, and how to tell how old they are how many times has it molted they molt roughly about one time every four to six months add thoughs up or try and get as close as you can to there molting dates that should give you an esimate on there ages....any more questions contact me through my email thanks later paul

Re: question!!
Posted by: Spike (IP Logged)
Date: October 02, 2007 07:17PM

I have a rose hair tarantula. I was told that you could identify them as male or female by their butt size compared to their head. If the butt is larger than its head it is a girl. (women and big butts, same as humans hey). The females are generally larger and not as colourful. My friend has one as well, and we compared ours and noted that hers did infact have a noticeably bigger butt, and the colour was not nearly as vibrant as my tarantula.

Re: question!!
Posted by: joseph (IP Logged)
Date: October 15, 2007 03:51AM

mine has only molted once and ive had it for about 5 years o and wen can they have sex or mate

How to tell the sex of a rose hair tarantula
Posted by: Melanie (IP Logged)
Date: October 28, 2007 04:18AM

I've just recently bought a Chilean rose hair tarantula and I have no idea if it's a male or female.Please help!!!!!!! sad smiley

Posted by: courtney (IP Logged)
Date: November 14, 2007 06:38PM

How can i tell the sex of my rose hair tarantula?

Re: How to tell the sex of a rose hair tarantula
Posted by: alisia (IP Logged)
Date: December 27, 2008 07:20AM

My brother bought me a Chilean rose hair tarantula for this last christmas and I love her/him.
(though I didn't really expect that, i didnt ask for one lol)

but this is my first time having one and I want to take good care of it.

but I wish to know the sex of it.
how do I tell the difference?

please and thank you

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