Aphonopelma mooreae (Mexican Jade Fuego). We have fallen in love with these spiderlings! An interesting thing we noticed as we unpacked the Mexican import is that they frequently release silk to lower themselves to the ground, like you would see a 'true' spider do. We have not seen that with other species. It is pretty cool! ... See MoreSee Less
Aphonopelma mooreae (Mexican Jade Fuego) are now in stock. If you signed up for an email alert, you may not receive notification because there was such a large number of people the website tried to sent notifications to at once that it timed out.
Mystery Spider Reveal! Aphonopelma moderatum (Rio Grande Gold), Aphonopelma bicoloratum (Mexican Blood Leg), and Psalmopoeus victori . Thanks to everyone who participated - it is always quite fun. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for shipping even with the storm coming. I can't wait until tomorrow morning! All of you are awesome!
Now that that all is hopefully done, please stay safe, and stay dry! While all of us expecting packages greatly appreciate the hard work into the final hours before FedEx shuts down out there, now just be sure y'all stay safe!
Stay safe and dry!!
Praying for you all....pop smoke if able....make it safe....
I hope you all stay safe!
I hope everyone stays safe there!
It takes a village. I wish I could do an apprenticeship.lol. I’d definitely boost my confidence when it comes to unpacking and rehousing.
We have a pretty big storm heading our way. Mandatory evacuations will start tomorrow for many areas near us. We will probably not have to leave though. 🏄♂️🏄♀️🚣♂️🚣♀️
Please be patient with us as we may not be able to get back with questions via email because of storm preparation. If possible, please wait until next week to email us with questions regarding future orders. 👍👍
We will be shipping tomorrow, but not Wednesday. All orders that came in starting today will be shipped next week. ✈️✈️✈️
Thank you Richard Stewart for shipping us a couple of generators! Ours would not start up and we could not find any in all of VA! 👀👀
Hopefully the storm will not be as bad as they anticipate, but it is better to be safe and prepared. Thanks again for your patience.😍😍 ... See MoreSee Less
I'm so tempted to go for Myles'. I really wanted that Euathlus sp. San Felipe and the name/description is just too fitting. Plus I wanted to participate in one of these Mystery Spider events. This whole thing is just too tempting to resist!
People who don't order will be super sad.
Kaden Hartje I know you said it probably won’t happen buuuuuut I’m still tagging you 😂😘
Folks!! You still have time!!
As per the above, you can order until midnight!
You will be glad you did!
hey does the tinley code void if it makes it under $50?
I still get Holly's is sold out.
Anyone have any guesses after getting their spiders??
Any revelations already?
I'm guessing. But Holly's might of been Victori
I'm still clueless about mine other than what I was hoping for. It's pretty small and I can't really tell if there's distinguishing features. It's slightly yellowish for the most part except the black spot on it's abdomen. At the very least it doesn't look like the Neoholothele incei slings. Anybody else got a clue about Myles'?
Come see us at the NARBC expo in Tinley, IL October 13th and 14th! 🕷️🕷️ We will have over 100 species of tarantulas available as well as beautiful habitats. 😎 There are some fun things planned including contests and demonstrations! We look forward to seeing everyone.👍👍 👀👀 ... See MoreSee Less
We bred a Neoholothele incei (Trinidad Olive) "Gold" female to a "normal" male. You can see both "Gold" and "normal" spiderlings in the clutch. The female belongs to Myles Masterson. ... See MoreSee Less
Have to get back to y'all on this... there are so many non-mystery spiders I'd like to add to my small collection!
Dustin, I have a good idea what the gold rush is
When do these ship?
Is there any indication on arboreal/terrestrial?
Yes! I've been waiting for a while for this!
I want Holly’s so bad because I think I know what it is and it’s one of my wished for.... but I promised mil no old worlds til the kids are bigger lok
Nooooo! Why do you do this??? I am not trying to have any more tarantulas, but I’m so tempted by Myles gold rush....
I think I know what Holly’s is and I want!!! 😍
All 3 for the 50$?
Vikki Marie gahhhh
I know they are a mystery. But I cant have OWs. Can i at least know if they are News, Olds, or a few of each. :/
Each Fear Not team member wrote a description for their choice. The descriptions are on the web site.
Myles’ Gold Rush. (New World) About 1/2″ While this species falls out of my usual keeping style, when the first one came into our possession I absolutely fell in love. Fortunately, the time came when we got our hands on a few slings so I scooped up a group of em. I’m really excited these are finally available in good numbers that people are going to have the opportunity to snag them! This bulky terrestrial spider comes from a pretty laid back genus, although you might get kicked. Whether you’re a beginner or a serious collector you won’t be disappointed in this rarely offered tarantula but hurry because they won’t last long!
Damian’s Allure (New World) about 1/2″ I would like you take a moment to sit back and remember a time that you felt at ease and did not know exactly why; a time that’ll always be remembered in slow motion because of the appreciation that you had for an unknown reason.
Now let’s associate this moment into a particular species. From the hardiness throughout the entirety of it’s life, to the very passive and tranquil attitude, Damian’s Allure is too much to take in. Any name associated to this species is subpar to what she deserves. Fortunately, she is a slow growing species and she will give you all the time you need, because she needs time herself.
Holly’s Precious Mystery Spider. (Arboreal) About 1″ “ La preciosa tarántula del tesoro “
I was discovered in a unique biosphere where rainforests serenade my wild atmosphere.
I reflect the night time sky possessing tones that will steal your eyes.
My colors are darkest at night keeping me hidden and well out of sight .
Only a few know where I am from but to the rest of the world the location remains unknown.
To be an absolute treasure in anyone’s collection aided in the conservation efforts established for my protection.
¿Sabes lo que soy?
If so , you won’t risk missing out on a precious treasure such as this.
Ahhhh....I was all set on Holly’s until I read the descriptions, now I’m torn between Holly and Myles! Lol I might just have to get both.
This is a very important statement regarding the Poecilotheria that were recently added to the endangered species list and issue with some species endemic to Brazil.
We want to thank Joey Mugleston and the ATS for taking a leadership role in this and helping clarify some things.
Regarding the species endemic to Brazil, the best approach right now is to gear up and be armed with data showing all the species we can to be exempt. Any species that have been outside of Brazil before their law started, has been legally exported to anywhere in the world, or that can be shown to also be in neighboring areas will be exempt. We know this is the case with some species.
We are calling on the help of any researchers out there. Gathering this data will help us be ready to show reason for exemptions IF the need occurs. We will start a database with this information and will be glad to offer special discounts to those who can bring us credible data that shows species to be exempt. We can work as a team in a positive way to help ensure continued access to species. ... See MoreSee Less
At the end of the month our hobby will be affected by the addition of five Poecilotheria spp. to the Endangered Species Act (ESA). Responses to this change have been as diverse as the people in the ho...
have you considered emailing the authors of any range info or taxonomic descriptions that are available for the species in question? (i.e. tarantula systematics experts from brazil or those in other countries that research biodiversity in that area)
It is because we have such an incredible team that Fear Not thrives! When Isaac and I pulling in after over 8 hours of driving, we were greeted by the team who whisked the box away and will spend the evening housing and feeding the new spiderlings. 🕷️🕷️🕷️Such a blessing to be surrounded by others passionate about these creatures and who genuinely care about making our customers happy! 💓💓💓💓 ... See MoreSee Less
Isaac and I have been traveling to pick up the import. 🚙🚙🚙 As many know, Isaac is autistic and has a condition that makes his movements very slow. He loves to go for these drives and really enjoys staying in hotels! He is a real joy to be with. 😍😍😍😍 This time the crew at the port were not very busy and were asking some questions about the tarantulas they see us picking up every couple of months. So we opened up the box and right on top there was a very docile species. Most of them took a few steps back ... perhaps thinking that thousands of spiders might come bursting from the box! 🕷️🕷️🕷️🕷️🕷️🕷️🕷️🕷️🕷️🕷️🕷️🕷️ You can see one lady in the background of the first picture looking quite concerned. But look at her in the 2nd picture! That happened for most as ll of them. Once they saw this beautiful creature come out on my hand, there was a change ... hearts softened and we have several new keepers now! So the next time we come in to pick up spiders...🛫🛬🛫🛬🛫🛬🛫🛬🛫🛬 they won't look at me like I'm quite so crazy to be driving all that way to pick up a box of spiders! Thanks to the crew for being so great with Isaac and for wanting to learn about tarantulas! 😎😎😎 We will be posting sizes for the new species over the weekend ... so exciting!☺️☺️ By the way, this is the only legal way to bring in spiders from overseas. 😇😇😇 ... See MoreSee Less
Tarantulas are one of Rollie’s (who also is autistic) “special interests”!!! Whooooo !!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
I have heard from many people in the T community who have family members with autism. I love how Ts can brighten one's day. Almost feels like we need a Tarantulas for Autism non-profit! <3
I think it’s wonderful that Isaac loves traveling with you. I think it’s even more wonderful that you take the time to educate people who would otherwise be afraid of these incredible creatures. Changing hearts is one of the intrinsic rewards I love about keeping arachnids. Love FearNotTarantulas!
That's awesome. Being a great tarantula ambassador.
That is awesome 🙂
How did you think to start this? I see you traveling all the time.
What a fabulous story!!!! 😍🕷
That is great that you let them hold one. A lot of people don't get that opportunity.
I love this! I'm a nurse for special needs adults and think it's really cool that Isaac is a tarantula ambassador! Yay isaac!
Hey y’all, Damian here! Many of y’all have seen the post of being entered into a drawing of a free spider with free shipping; if not, go and LIKE the last post to be entered.
However, there’s a second contest starting now😭😭😭 Because tomorrow is Tarantula Appreciation Day, TA-Day, we want to see the Fear Not community’s appreciation for our 8-legged friends! From having a special talent, knowing a bit of word play, or just wanting to voice your love for the hobby, we want you to share it here!
The voting will happen between y’all liking each other posts, and the Fear Not team. The top two with the popular vote and the Fear Not vote will EACH receive a FREE SPIDER with FREE SHIPPING. ... See MoreSee Less
I started keeping in Dec of last year and out of everything I've ever done, fellow tarantula keepers are amazing! I feel like I've found my people! Love my fellow weirdos! 🕸<3 🕷 oh and it's definitely addictive!
I love tarantulas! I currently have two (golden knee and GBB), and would love another! I'm a middle school science teacher and today my principal approved me to have a tarantula in my room to go along with my kingsnake (under the condition it never comes out, just for the kiddos to look at). Would love to be able to get one for free for my classroom!
I got my first tarantula years ago mostly because hey cool a giant spider and my brother is terrified of spiders, fast forward to today i have 15 and i work for Petsmart and i go to schools and show children how amazing these creatures are and that theres nothing to fear
I love my octobabies! 💞 🕷
Glenn Harrison check this out! Our little Mollie should enter! ❤️❤️
I started about 2 months ago. My brother in law always had them and I’ve been terrified of spiders for as long as I can remember, but there was something about Tarantulas that caught my attention. My brother in law educated me on the species and sure enough I wanted to have 1. So Avic Metallica it was... now 20 tarantulas later I’m so in love with the hobby. I talk about it at work and probably drive my co workers crazy. Either way, they make me happy and they look happy. Want to keep my collection growing and help other people get over their fear of spiders 🕷 ☺️
My love , and my wife's permission finally let me join the tarantula family this past April with a gorgeous gooty sapphire ornamental . The beautiful blue and yellows had me hooked from the first time I seen a photo . And thanks to some reading and learning and for fear not that dream is now a reality . My kiddos are learning a lot since we got our baby and it's helped with my daughters fear of spiders as well . She still don't want to touch one bit doesn't freak out when she sees them anymore and that's progress .
I am a relatively new keeper. I had always had a fear of spiders and decided I didn't want it anymore. I now have an Avicularia Avicularia named Onika and a Brachypelma Albopilosum named Nellie. I fell in love with my girls and can't remember why I was afraid of them!!
Without you guys, Chad the Asshole would never have been born, and I would never have such a healthy respect for angry spiders. Thank you guys for everything you do, I wouldn't have a but a fraction of my collection without you
I have 2 step-kids who are homeschooled that used to be terrified of bugs until I started collecting back in 2010. I currently have around 40 or so inverts and reptiles in my collection. They go into my reptile room with me and help me feed and water everyone. Their fear has died down a lot and they have learned to appreciate their beauty. Its the season to have golden silks in the yard and we have a huge female literally right above our front door. Instead of the kids being scared they actually check up on her and leave the porch light on at night so she can catch some bugs. Its nice to see kids grow up with love for these guys instead of wanting to kill everything that has more than 4 legs. So I guess my special skill would be changing peoples view on inverts. Instead of fear they feel more appreciation for their existence. Ive even had friends and family change their views and stop fearing what they don't understand.
I got into the hobby to get over my fear and now I love these little leggy creatures more than I could have ever imagined ♥♥♥
Tarantulas keep me broke and I love it!
Tarantulas filled a void in my heart. They give me an unending supply of activity to fill my curiosity and an outlet for my creativity. They are my models for my photography hobby and the subjects of my YouTube videos. 🕷️❤️❤️❤️
I got my first T 17 yrs ago. A G. Porteri I named Rosey of course 😊. I have always been interested in things others find odd, scary or weird lol. I believe everything deserves to be loved, adored and respected. All life is beautiful in it’s own way. No matter how many legs, eyes, colors a creature has, in my eyes they are beautiful. ❤️
I started keeping tarantulas last year (I only had 2.), I also had snakes, a bearded dragon, a tortoise and dogs. Well, right after Christmas my house caught fire and I lost all my animals except for two dogs due to smoke inhalation. Fast forward to NARBC tinley Park in March, I bought my first GBB sling from fear not tarantulas, and the first one since my house fire, and today I have 9 altogether along with my collectionof snakes I’m building up again. Tarantulas to me are an interesting pet. THE coolest pet. They take up little space. And I love learning more about the different species I own. I used to be scared of spiders. Until I started to own them. I live with people that are still scared of them but with their understanding to understand them, we live peacefully. And that’s what everyone should do.
I started the hobby a year ago. I started with a g. rosea and m. mesomelas. I lost the mesomelas but i have added another 5 different species to my collection. They are relaxing to watch and care for. I love each one and wouldnt mind adding another!
I got my first tarantula just last year and i am over the moon. I have always loved spiders and respect what they do, how beautiful they are and webbs are gorgeous. But each are so unique. I have a dream spider but yet to aquire it. My family all were scared of spiders except my mother who shares this love and i have gotten 2 of them to hold my baby. I named him Toto after wizard of oz. He is a curly hair tarantula. I think my favorite thing to do is watch Toto walk. He is slow and graceful. One day i plan to win over my husband. I love my eight legged baby. ❤❤❤❤❤❤🕷🕸
You guys are awsome!
🖤 🕷️ 🕸️ I finally need a tarantula thats not a Rose Hair!!! Been having my current for over 10 years! Got my first Rosy almost 20 years ago. I've been obsessed with spiders and webs for over 30 years, since I was a little kid! My kids would love it! 😍 🌚 🖤
I just started keeping spiders in general this year. My first spider was a playtycryptus undatus (tan jumping spider)...unfortunately he had died during his molt. I had caught my second one of that species. He was old and I gave him a few extra months of life. I remember the Sunday last month. I was having a bad day as it was and came home... Looked in his enclosure and felt my heart just break. I remember saying no... no... no. Balling my eyes out. His name was Jumpy. I know spiders dont necessarily feel happiness but i want to say he was. Around the time I got Jumpy we got our first T, Arana, Brachypelma albopilosum. He literally entered premolt the day we got him at the pet store and just molted two weeks ago! My other two brachypelma albopilosum molted as well. I love all my spiders and think of them as my babies. I get excited when I see them grow and feel heartbroken when they pass. My fiance also says that he has noticed a difference in my happiness because of my spider babies. I have depression and anxiety...recently had to stop taking my medication for it because if insurance. He says that i seem happier because of them. I look at them every day because i like to see them and what they do.
I too used to be terrified of spiders. However being a long time lover of reptiles, I eventually stumbled across Tom Moran's YouTube channel. At that point my obsession spiraled out of control. I started watching more and more videos and doing tons of research as I always do. I took the plunge with a juvenile A. avic and from there everything sort of took off. I currently have a collection of around 40 T's and I'm always looking to add more.
Well I just posted the caption "Stan says "Ayyeee, I'm still out here in these skreets" with a pic of him climbing the wall of his tank (which unfortunately I can't post here) the other night and my daughter asked when will we get another spider? We've had Stan Lee for nearly 7 years! He's quiet and so easy going. Stan the man, stuck in a house full of girls 😂😍
Tomorrow 08-08 is my Birthday! (1979)
I'll be 39 on spider appreciation day!
Who knows what special day tomorrow is? 🧐🧐 I am editing this post now to show we are doing a drawing for a FREE tarantula with FREE shipping in honor of National Tarantula (Spider) Appreciation Day! "Like" or love 🙂 this post and we will add you to a drawing we will do Thursday! I think we will do it live and will announce the time later. ... See MoreSee Less
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) has posted their final rule regarding five species of Sri Lankan tarantulas. The species below will be listed under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). The rule becomes effective on August 30, 2018.
1. Poecilotheria fasciata; 2. P. ornata; 3. P. smithi; 4. P. subfusca; 5. P. vittata.
Summary regarding the future domestic trade of these species. The below activities are prohibited under ESA:
■ Interstate and foreign commercial activity; ■ Selling or offering for sale in interstate or foreign commerce; ■ Import or export (without a permit from FWS for conservation purposes); ■ Possess, ship, deliver, carry, transport, sell or receive unlawfully taken wildlife.
Intrastate Commerce and Possession are legal:
Commercial activities that take place entirely in one state involving legally acquired and captive-bred endangered or threatened species are not prohibited by the ESA. This means you may keep and/or breed ESA-listed species (although state laws may apply). No CBW permit (see below) is required for intrastate activity.
Offer for Sale (interstate activity):
Endangered and threatened species may be advertised for sale but the advertisement must state that no sale may not occur until an interstate commerce permit (Captive Bred Wildlife, or CBW, permit) has been obtained from the Service for both parties involved.
Well there goes my plan to have a collection of Poecilotherias lmao
Applies only to these species: 1. Poecilotheria fasciata;
2. P. ornata;
3. P. smithi;
4. P. subfusca;
5. P. vittata.
Do you have any ornata, smithi, subfusca or fasciata in? I have a sub adult smithi and now if i dont find another or few breeding is out of the question
Will you guys be at the Daytona show the weekend of the 17th?
Guess my purchase schedule just got moved up... Dagnabbit.
Just placed my order for 2 ea. Vittata and Ornata!
I agree with conservation efforts bit it does not do any good if you do not fix the problem. Hobbyists with wild caught specimens play a very small role, but we turn around and breed said species keeping them alive and well. The ones in the the wild suffer more from human encroachment. You see it everywhere. I mean in my town there is a big old abandoned mall. It use to have a bunch of stores in in, but they decided ti build a whole new shopping complex in a totally different location and took those stores out. Now we have the abandoned mall... I hate this lets build in a new location mentality. Why not just utilize preexisting buildings? If no one is using a certain building and you want something else in town why not use that spot that has empty building and put new thing in its place? I get demolition costs some money but at least you are saving green space for wild animals to live. I mean goodness if they say they give a crap than show it
Have you ever thought about starting a Poecilotheria communal? This is the time to do it! We have some great deals on groups of 5! Poecilotheria rufilata (Red Slate Ornamental) Poecilotheria regalis (Indian Ornamental) Poecilotheria metallica (Gooty Sapphire Ornamental) Poecilotheria tigrinawesseli (Wessel’s Tiger Ornamental) ... See MoreSee Less
P. Metallica is on my bucket list. Just have to wait 😞
P communal..wow,I didn't know
Ok,I really want the tiger community
Do you ship in Philippines?
I do love my ornata though.
damn it there goes my money
I got 2 P. Metallicas in June. I was unaware they could be housed together.
Never thought they could he communal. Is it just communal as slings or can it continue into adulthood?
P.metallica .. can you dm me the price please
Do you think that you guys will ever offer Monocentrophus balfouri groups?
What is the price to mix them? The link only has groups of the same species.
My favorite species of tarantulas
Floyd Rusty VanDruff
Does anyone know when we can pre order for tinely park expo
I need more poecis, want singles of as many as I can get ahold of before doing communal. The prices are great though, may try and talk the wife into scooping a small litter when we're there in person next month XD
I've got an Indian ornamental, these aren't beginner tarantulas though!
I have three Gooty Sapphires. They’re my favorite but I wasn’t aware that they could be communal. Is there anything I can read on this?
It is very rewarding to raise up spiderlings for a breeding project and have it come to fruition. We have had our Grammostola iheringi (Entre Rios) for quite a while and this is the 3rd time they were bred, but the first time we were able to get a sac laid. In the past they molted out of their breeding, but this time we have a couple of sacs. We pulled one of them yesterday and discovered many large, healthy spiderlings!
As soon as opening the sac we saw what appears to be threat posturing from one of the spiderlings as seen in the picture. The babies are starting off quite large. 😎😎😎😎😎 ... See MoreSee Less
Psalmopoeus victori - a beautiful two-toned tarantula rarely offered in the US. It is the first arboreal 'described' species from Mexico. We will have spiderlings soon! Very excited about this species. ... See MoreSee Less
Did you know that we offer many complete packages? They include the spiderling, habitat (no re-housing for at least 2-3 months), substrate, foliage, a spiderling care guide, feeders for 2 weeks, and a 30 day live guarantee. Our packages take all the stress out of purchasing a new spiderling! fearnottarantulas.com/product-category/complete-packages/ 🕷️🕷️🕷️🕷️🕷️ Here is to stress-free spidering! 🥂🥂🥂 ... See MoreSee Less
Hi there!I've got a quick question about some orders. I wanted to order two of these beginner packages and that'd put two habitats in my order. And so I would qualify for a freebie spider and I wanted to get that there pumpkin patch fella, but I'd have to order another habitat. How's this gonna work, I thought I saw something about a limit on shipping habitats...
These are cute but i dont think i ca. Ever get slings again... theyre so small and my Pumpkin Patch just died cause he was so little and wouldnt eat even flightless fruit flies </3 no fault to Fear Not BTW. He was completely fine when he came here. No way to know... 🙁
I've got to get some of these. Soon!
How do you give them water while in such a sm container
I so wanted to do the last bunch- was it ever revealed what they were?
Ok... I know I have 2 of 4, one is OW and right out... so... looks like I'm going with the true mystery!
OW terrestrial...very tempted. 😊
What’s the shipping period? It’s 111° here so I might have to wait until late fall to order a mystery.
Is any the mystery T species docile and not defensive
My temps here in TX are too high or I would order! Hope you will do again in the Fall! Looks like so much fun ♡
Where are the descriptions?
I didnt get one last time and Damian's turned out to be a pulchra 🤦♂️ I'm gonna have to participate this time...Myles, is your royal arboreal a T. seladonia? 'Cause that arboreal is royal alright - it's a crown jewel 😂 but in all seriousness, will these guys be $50 again?
Got Holly's pick and it is ADORABLE! I can't wait for the reveal 🙂
I got Rachel's splendid spider and I like it I think I know what it is and if I'm right. I would have never been able to afford this species
Question about the price. Is it $50 flat or $50+shipping??
"Holly's Oh So Shiny" seems tempting for some odd reason. 🤣
The disadvantage to living in the middle of nowhere - too hot to ship to my home and the nearest shipping center is over an hour away 🙁
Y’all are going to do a heavy face palm once Shalissa Rae is revealed! Only two more days to order her!
What day are you going to reveal the mystery t’s ?
We ordered Rachel's splendid spider! Super excited!!
I highly recommend the Rachael’s Seriously Splendid Spider! You can’t go wrong with this incredibly beautiful old world!!
Just received Holly's Oh so Shiny today! So excited for the reveal!
I wish I’d been ready for old worlds in time! Looking forward to the reveal!
I had a 99% suspicion of what Rachel's was... and as wise as not buying it was I'm still a little sad I'm not ready quite yet.
Absolute ecosystem failure pollination plants would die oxegen production would come to a stop
Yaaas <3 although i think all bugs are under appreciated
I've often wondered if the last member of our species will cling to the misguided concept of 'human supremacy' until their last breath...
Thats why i dont squish most bigs anymore. It started with my new found love of spooders (thanks JJ Biddle cute word). My female jumping spiders (2 platycryptus undatus, tan jumping spiders and one undetermined phiddipus species) have babies once they hatch i most likely will release those back into the wild so they can go out and make more of their species.
Wellllll now.... I know that many of you have this challenge! You know who you are.... the ones using other peoples PayPal accounts to pay, the ones who ask me to ship to a friends house.... amongst other little tricks.🤣🤣 ... See MoreSee Less
Whoops! I never posted this on FB! Here is the latest episode in which I talk about how to convince a mate to let you have a tarantula. I have to admit, I don't have a lot of personal experience with ...
I made my husband love tarantulas by giving them names, talking about them and “humanizing” them. It also helps he doesn’t have a fear of spiders. Plus, he collects baseball cards (and all things baseball) so he can’t really complain. 😉
Oh god, they all look the same.
1. Pamphobeteus ecuador ii
2. Pamphobeteus platyomma
3. Pamphobeteus machala
Commented on picture.
1. sp. Ecuador II 2. Platyomma. 3. machala
1 - Sp. Ecuador II. 2 - ultramarinus. 3 - machala
Also commented on picture.
Tigris, platyomma, machala
Geez. Pamphos are hard to tell
Tigris, cascada, and mascara
1 machala 2 ecuador 3 platyomma
I commented on the picture also.
Ok, the answers are: 1. Machala (they are bluer and a bit fuzzier spiderlings) 2. Platyomma (usually the chunkiest), and 3. Tigris. Take a look at the Fear Not website and you will see that those are the only 3 Pamphobeteus we have in stock. 🕷️🕷️ If you got them correct in that order, please email me at [email protected] . The answers can be confirmed by any of the 6 Fear Not staff. We separated these spiderlings last week. 😎😎
Darn it. Mixed up 2 and 3. So close 😖
Dang it! I missed #3
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I'm still hecka starstruck seeing y'alls pics and videos. Lol...I know its probably silly...but its so great to see how my babies got to me. My first four (2 B. albo, a G. pulcripes and an A. genic) and my 2 versicolors all came from y'all. Thanks for sharing 😄😁💙 And for caring.