The Tarantula Keeper's Guide: Comprehensive Information on Care, Housing, and Feeding Paperback – Jan 1 2009
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"For the keen enthusiast there is one book that is regarded world wide as the bible of tarantula keeping and that book is The Tarantula Keeper's Guide…The book is in reality a keeper's manual as well as being a very enjoyable read for the enthusiast. It will immediately become your first port of call for reference purposes. It is suitable for beginner through to advanced enthusiasts…I cannot recommend this book too highly. Every tarantula keeper should have a copy in their library. If you only buy one book on tarantulas this should be that book. Run, don't walk to your computer and order a copy now."
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Then under Arid Species:
Caging: follow the generic instructions on page 127
Substrate: follow the generic instructions on page 135
Burrowing, Retreats, and Decorations: follow the instructions... then it gives four different pages to follow.
Unfortunately, this book seems to be all there is right now about the subject. The information is great. The format is terrible.
If you're new to the hobby or are considering purchasing a tarantula, it's highly advisable to purchase this book before doing so.
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This is simply must have book for the enthusiast, and is even of casual interest to non keepers who happen to be interested in the subject. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Frederick R. McCloy
Actually, this was bought for my son to help him with his new pet. He's continually referencing the book and telling everyone interesting tidbits of information from the book.Published 20 months ago by Brian Brookwell
I would say this book is a must-have for anyone interested in Tarantula's. It is in depth and includes basic care ideas for most species you can buy on the market today. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Trev and Nancy
A lot os usefull information on Tarrantula. The only thing I didn't like is that it is alwais sending you to other pages for detailed information.Published on June 15 2012 by Alain
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