Care sheets

First published in Herpetoculture House Digital Magazine vol. 2 issue 6

One of the most popular and recognizable tarantulas in the hobby is the well known Avicularia versicolor, commonly named the Antilles pink toe tarantula, Martinique pink toe, or Martinique red tree...

First published in Herpetoculture House Digital Magazine vol. 3 issue 1

 

Tarantulas are quickly becoming popular pets around the US. They can now be found in pet stores, at reptile shows, and sold online. The novice tarantula keeper may be overwhelmed with the myriad sp...

The Emperor or Imperial scorpion (Pandinus imperator) is a great starting point for those that are interested in keeping scorpions. They are a large, docile, and hardy species that has only a mildly venomous sting. Although they are relatively harmless and their venom...

First published in Herpetoculture House Digital Magazine vol. 3 issue 4

 

The Dubia roach (Blaptica dubia) also known as the Guyana spotted roach, Argentine roach, or orange spotted roach is a popular soft-bodied insect used to feed many species of insectivorous reptiles...

First published in Herpetoculture House Digital Magazine vol. 4 issue 2

 

Two of the most common insects used to feed various species of reptiles, amphibians, and even arachnids are mealworms and superworms. Both types of “worms” are the larvae of different species of da...

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GBB feeding on superworm photo courtesy of Courtney Shock

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