|Posted on September 12, 2010 at 9:18 PM|
The show was great yesterday! Thanks to everyone who came out to see us.
I picked up a couple new breeding projects. Aphonopelma armada and Lasiodoria klugi.
I can'ty wait to get started..
|Posted on July 7, 2010 at 11:43 PM|
It's that time again!!
The Michigan Reptile Expo, Saturday July 10th. 10 am - 4pm. Taylor Mi.
Goto michignreptleexpo.com for more info.
|Posted on June 11, 2010 at 9:54 PM|
The michigan Reptile Expo is tomorrow June 12th 10 am to 4pm
Its gonna be a great show!! Hope to see you there.
Visit michiganreptileexpo.com for more information
|Posted on June 6, 2010 at 6:22 PM|
To I was going throught my collection, feeding and watering. I found 3 mature males.
and Pamphobetus sp."platyomma"
I can't wait to start breeding these beauties.
here are some pics.
|Posted on May 24, 2010 at 10:32 PM|
My P. nigricolor molted out mature today. The female molted a couple a weeks ago.
I will start breeding them in about 2 weeks.
pics of the male coming soon.
|Posted on April 26, 2010 at 6:30 PM|
Ok,here is the latest update on whats hatching here at M.A.B.
1). Psalmopoeus cambridgei- 2nd instar ready to go.
2). Psalmopoeus irminia - They should be 2nd instar in the next week.
3).Pterinochilus chordatus- These are now 1st instar. I think they will be ready in June.
4). Chilobrachys sp. "guangxiensis" These are now eggs with legs. I had thought that the sac was not fertile. I pulled it at 5 weeks and all were still just eggs. It is now almost 7 weeks.
There is also a Poecilotheria pederseni sac still with mom and another Heterothele villosella sac still with mom.
More to come...........................
|Posted on April 13, 2010 at 12:29 PM|
I have been working a lot of hours the last few weeks, and have not had much time to update the website. I have a couple more weeks of long hours so please be patient. I will have the breeder loans and other parts of the website updated as soon as I can.
I am also doing some spring cleaning in the bug room. Look for lots of new additions to the price list. There will be lots of adult male and female, as well as sub adult and sling T's going up so I can make room for new breeding projects.
|Posted on March 18, 2010 at 9:37 PM|
As I posted the other day. The Chilobrachys sac is no good,but female # 2 has made a sac.
This sac should be good. If not than my male is no good. lol.
What else is going on?
The P. cambridgei sac should go to 2nd instar very soon.
The P. irminia sac is 1st instar now, and also the H. villosella sac is 1st instar.
Next week I pull the P. sp. "South Ecuador" sac. Keeping my fingers crossed that sac is good.
|Posted on March 15, 2010 at 10:02 PM|
I pulled the Chilobrachys sac today. She did a wonderful job af making the sac, but it was all for not. The eggs are not fertile. Bummer. I hope female #2 makes a sac. Here's hopping!
Next week I pull the Pamphobeteus sp. "South Ecuador" sac. I sure hope its good.
|Posted on March 5, 2010 at 8:23 AM|
My 6"female (proven) Megaphobema velvetosoma molted today. This is the girl that made a sac for me last year. She will be ready to breed in a couple of weeks. So I am on the search for a mature male. If you have one and would like to do a breeder loan, please contact me at [email protected]