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My Chaco

This is one of the larger Species of the tarantulas. It can reach about 8.5 inches. This is the Chaco Golden Knee or Grammostola Pulchripes. I still like its former name as the Grammostola Aureostriata. Mine is a Terrestrial type, he always hangs on the side of the container. He likes to be seen most of the time. He is currently about 4.5 inches in length. And what i like about the G.Pulchripes is that it has a very striking, hard to miss metallic gold color on its knee area.

Most of its diet is the Blatta Lateralis and a few field crickets.

For its care its very simple, I just make sure that the substrate is well moistened to neutralize the temperature here in our country. It’s the tropics, quite hot here. If my wife would only allow it, I’ll put all of them inside the house. I always check the abundance of  food and remove the remains of the feeders to avoid any mites to grow. Mites and excess feeders can be stressful to Tarantulas and can cause death…





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Sting like a Bee!

Heterometrus Spinifer

My 7 instar (7i) female spinifer mated for 5 times for about 5 months ago, by next month it is expected to give birth to about 10 to 15 of baby scorps… But in most species it would range up to 9 months.

I was really amazed on how they would mate, you can see the aggressiveness of both sexes, you can hear the snapping of the pedipalps as they hold each other.

My scorpion is a level 1 scorpion so it is not lethal to humans but the pain that may be inflicte is just slightly greater than a bee sting. The color is blue green so its very nice. The way to handle it is by placing your hand on the surface of the substrate and by gently pushing it backwards as it slowly climbs to your hand. Scorpions in general have a fearsome venomous reputation but only a few species in the world that are deadly.

The scorpion has huge pedipalps or pincers but if you take a closer look at the chelicerae(mouth) there is another pair of pedipalps…It’s really amazing how she eats. It never uses its sting in hunting for the prey and due to its extensive size it only poses like a statue just waiting for the food to pass, clamps its pincers, cuts it into pieces, then the smaller pair of pincers are also aiding in the break down of food as it inserts it to the mouth for the initial digestion.


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In most cases people like dogs, I like them too; but since my mom and my wife are both asthmatic, I settled for non-furry pets. And now I like tarantulas and scorpions and snakes.

Pets have the ability to stimulate their caregivers, in particular the elderly, giving people someone to take care of, someone to exercise with, and someone to help them heal from a physically or psychologically troubled past.   Having a pet may help people achieve health goals, such as lowered blood pressure, or mental goals, such as decreased stress. 

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