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  1. Shelled - Turtles & Tortoise
    Hi All, just picked up Sheldon and need some help ID him/her. Also this will be my first set up, going to go with a large aquarium aprox 300l in our living room for the foreseeable future, obviously if it is a breed that grows really large then will look to build an outdoor pond eventually. As...
  2. Spiders and Inverts
    This was bought as a Curly Hair a few moults ago, however he/she is majorly different to my other Curly Hair of the same size. The carapace of this one is much lighter, and the hairs are far less 'curly'. It is also quite aggressive, attacking anything that touches him/her; which from what i've...
  3. Spiders and Inverts
    what is this i found going cheap at pet shop it was labeled unknown the guy i got from said it he thought it was a curly hair (i dont )
  4. Spiders and Inverts
    My girlfriend claims in her house she has such a thing as a wood spider Just wondered if anyone has heard of this wood spider before? I will always argue that it is a house spider and there is no such thing as a wood spider :s Hope someone can clear this up :D Cheers guys
  5. Amphibians
    Hi all, Today I purchased these two frogs and the guy at the shop said they are "bright eyed tree frogs", but didn't have the scientific name. I cannot find them in any of my books or on the net. Any ideas what species? :hmm:
  6. Shelled - Turtles & Tortoise
    Just wondering am i correct with my IDing with these. I think this is Shepherds purse but i could be wrong I think this is nipplewort Any help appreciated thanks
  7. Shelled - Turtles & Tortoise
    hey guys any ideas? 查看图片
  8. Spiders and Inverts
    Anyone good at identifyin the differences between the T aphophasis, T Blondi and stermi ??:whistling2:
  9. Spiders and Inverts
    Hi Guys, I have been keeping Ts on and off for approx 4 years. Now I have a place of my own I really want to go for it on my T collection. I have got a nice little colection of slings together and have this lovely T that i cannot identify. She is very similarly coloured to a.geniculata however...
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