Monday, October 4, 2010

B Emilia

The Brachypelma Emilia (B Emilia or the Mexician Red Leg) is a great starter T.
 This T is very docile and easy to handle and is strongly recommended to anyone who wants a nicely coloured starter T. These are easy to care for eating crickets and other bugs and growing from 5-6 inches.
 Handling this T is very easy because it is so docile and calm. Larger T's can sometimes eat a pinky mouse

45 comments:

  1. Why are tarantulas so much more docile then their smaller arachnid cousins?

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  2. The markings on this one indicate that their is poision involved, but all the trantula has is the little iritant hairs that it can shoot out. Dang nature, you scary!

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  3. I like the name, Mexican Red Leg

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  4. haha, thats right, good timing for halloween

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  5. this one looks quite nice, actually 8[

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  6. I'd be ok with feeding it crickets, but baby mice is too much. It's a neat looking spider though.

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  7. Nice looking spider, for a spider...

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  8. awesome blog! spiders are sooo creepy lol

    http://tarantulaguy111.blogspot.com/

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  9. It would be so awesome to have a Tarantula! I would probably be very afraid of it in the beginning though :F

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  10. I wish I was a spider so people would say they liked me and how cool I was..

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  11. Damn dude spiders creep me out. How can you love these things so much?

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  12. Although spiders scare me to death, I somehow like watching them, and this one really looks beautiful... as long as I´m not near to it :X

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  13. Lord, spiders. I love their webs I think they are beautiful but I will stay away from them if at all possible.

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  14. It's good to see that you're beating inertia today :)

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  15. As someone who is afraid of spiders, this blog is terrifying....consider yourself followed!

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  16. I actually like this one. love the colours

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  17. another day, another creepy bug :S

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  18. I've never really liked spiders, but at least you're showing me how cool they can be.

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  19. Oh god..I hate spiders. Why did I even click on this blog xDxD
    Great information though.

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  20. that is a sweet looking tarantula, i love spiders ;)

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  21. Very nice! I'm in the process of researching T's right now and hope to purchase one in the future. I'll keep checking back because you know a hella lot more than those dudes at the pet store!

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  22. Nice. Is it really that brightly colored or is it just the photo?

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  23. If I saw that in my house, I would run.

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  24. Jesus Christ, spider terrify me. I was tasked with taking down an old pool recently. The amount of spiders I saw...frightening.

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  25. my friend absolutely despises any form of spiders... i'll be sure to show him this.

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  26. Wow, I'd bomb the hell out of you if you were a spider like that! I'd like to have 8 legs though. No more or less. Catch my drift?

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  27. Looks like the spider that killed my math teacher. He was a jerk though.

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  28. You've got some good creativity in this blog!

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  29. This is really interesting. Thanks for sharing!

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