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A podcast devoted to the proper care and upkeep of tarantulas and other inverts. After keeping a G. porteri for over 16 years, I decided that I wanted to add another tarantula to my collection. Several years later, I now keep over 100 specimens and 90+ different species. It’s safe to say that I am now completely addicted to the hobby.I’m NOT an expert, and I’m currently still learning about keeping these fascinating creatures. In fact, there are so many species, that I suspect that I’ll stil ...
 
This podcast is organized on behalf of SPIDERS, the Seoul Platform for Initiating Discourses on Equitable and Resilient Society, and funded by the Seoul Institute. The talks complement a series of original papers published on the SPIDERS platform, dedicated to outlining the building blocks of post-capitalist political economies and societies, not oriented around growth and profit, but rather autonomy, interdependence, good lives and a flourishing web of life in times of profound planetary ch ...
 
Whether you find spiders fearful or fascinating, they are to be admired for their web-spinning and prey-catching techniques, and the remarkable methods they use to move from one place to another. In this album, researchers in Denmark and the United States use an 8-legged robot and a virtual spider, high-speed photography, a hot air balloon and a rowing boat to explore the biophysics of spiders. In the audio track, Dr David Robinson of The Open University explains how advances in technology a ...
 
Whether you find spiders fearful or fascinating, they are to be admired for their web-spinning and prey-catching techniques, and the remarkable methods they use to move from one place to another. In this album, researchers in Denmark and the United States use an 8-legged robot and a virtual spider, high-speed photography, a hot air balloon and a rowing boat to explore the biophysics of spiders. In the audio track, Dr David Robinson of The Open University explains how advances in technology a ...
 
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Plenty of looking back and looking forward for David, Calum & Enzo this week. We look back to the 5-2 away victory over Raith Rovers and over the last week of QP related news, we look forward to this Saturday and the trip to Peterhead in the Scottish Cup Third Round, and we look even further ahead to the next TEN YEARS with the help of the the newe…
 
Well, it was "recently" made public that another once popular tarantula dealer has disappeared after taking a WHOLE lot of money from unsuspecting customers. While some folks seemed to be surprised by the fact that this individual was shady, they shouldn't have been. There was evidence 18 months ago that this dealer was trying to skirt the law by s…
 
Well, it's 34 degrees out and the heat has kicked on, so it's that time of year again! With temperatures dropping, tarantula keepers have a few new things to worry about when it comes to their animals. In this episode, we discuss 10 issues keepers might encounter during wintertime.Tom Moran
 
Calum, Enzo and David are back to talk about everything Spiders in the week gone by. This includes the glorious comeback against Inverness, our latest player signing, the long awaited return to the Southside, and our next game away to Raith.
 
This week the boys look back on the away defeat to Cove Rangers, discuss the latest goings on in and around Queen's Park FC, FINALLY finish their favourite amateur XI with naming their strikers, and preview the visit of Inverness Caley Thistle this coming Saturday at Ochilview.
 
The boys are back to discuss all the latest regarding Glasgow's finest football club. There's the 2-2 draw against Dundee to discuss, a preview of our first TV game of the season as we travel to Cove this coming Friday, and the latest news off the park including an interesting news article that suggests a return back to our traditional home stadium…
 
So, last week's episode certainly made some waves! To kick this one off, I'll share some comments I received about tarantula sales laws in other countries. Then, we'll tackle some questions and comments on last week's episode, including one by a very angry breeder. Sadly, it wasn't the only one that I received. In this episode, I use this negative …
 
David, Enzo and the jet-setting Calum are back again, and what a match review we have this week! We gladly recap a superb victory over Partick Thistle at our former home ground, discuss the beginning of our Scottish Cup adventure this season, and look ahead to another Friday night "home" game with Dundee the visitors this week.…
 
After the last podcast, I had several folks email me about the legalities of ordering Sri Lankan Poecilotheria species across state lines. In this episode, we will examine some of the other legal issues folks in the US need to be aware of so that they are not tricked into breaking the law by unscrupulous dealers. Then, we disuss feeding schedules a…
 
While Calum is off enjoying himself in sunny Florida, David and Enzo reflect on what has been a disappointing couple of weeks for Queen's Park, while looking forward to our upcoming match away to Partick Thistle.
 
In this episode, Erin Cashel and Emile Weber join me to talk about the Tarantula Sustainment Project, a new initiative to grow breeding in the US and to ensure all species remain available from state to state. Want to take part? Just click this link!Tom Moran
 
First, we talk about the new "Tarantula Capital of the World", La Junta, Colorado where citizens are embracing their local tarantula population in an amazing way. Then, it's International Poecilotheria Appreciation Day! Okay, I might have made that up... However, I've made it very well known how much I adore this genus, and it bothers me that so ma…
 
David, Enzo and Calum (for the last time for a few weeks before his Rory McAllister in-season holiday) here again to look back on another QP victory, this time at home to Raith Rovers, and to look ahead to two league games this week against Morton and Ayr! We also look at the last weeks QP news, and pick back up our Favourite XI segment by looking …
 
Tarantulas are some of the easiest and most low-maintainance pets a person can keep. However, for those used to spending more time caring for more domestic animals, this aspect of the hobby can be the cause of some anxiety. In this episode, we discuss some situations that lead stressed out keepers to "over care" for their spiders.…
 
To kick this episode off, we will discuss some listener comments from last week's episode that reveal another potentially overlooked threat to our pets. Then, we talk about the pros and cons involved with keeping pet tarantulas as we try to explain why we are so captivated by this hobby. Want to comment on this episode? Click here to go to the new …
 
Football is back, and so are we! David, Calum & Enzo recap the 2-0 victory over Hamilton, and look ahead to the big away day to Belfast to face Cliftonville in the SPFL Trust Trophy, with the help of journalist & Cliftonville fan Josh Bunting!
 
First, we're going to start off this episode by talking about some comments on the All Male Review episode. Then, we all make mistakes. However, when an error leads to the death of one of our spiders, how do we get over it? Want to comment on this episode? Click here to go to the new podcast website!…
 
In this episode, we discuss mature males and whether or not it's okay to be picky about who you send your males to and whether it's okay to keep your mature males. Want to comment and upvote this podcast? Then join me at Onpodium.Tom Moran
 
Calum and Enzo are joined by one of the heroes of the 2006/2007 promotion winning side David Weatherston, in this bonus episode. We discuss his time at the club, the rest of his career in football, and what he's up to now
 
First off, we go back to last week's podcast about the slowest growing species and find out which species listeners named as thier slowest. Then, we talk about enclosure sizes for various stages of tarantulas. Want to comment and upvote this podcast? Then join me at Onpodium.Tom Moran
 
We've all been there; we've done the reasearch, set up our tarantula the supposed "correct way", and now it's doing something that we've never seen before. Is it injured? Is it stressed? Is it dead? Are you doing something wrong? In this episode, we take a look at some common tarantula behaviors that tend to stress out keepers and discuss if there …
 
Dehydration, mites, DKS, nematodes, impaction, bad molts: these are the words and phrases that keep tarantula hobbyists up at night. In this episode, we'll discuss these maladies, how common they really are, and what to do if you should encounter them.Tom Moran
 
To kick this one off, we'll talk a bit about my thoughts on when sellers send advanced species to unprepared beginners. Then, I have to vent a bit about my recent discovery of "free range" tarantula keeping. Finally, I review the Barbarous Growth critter tank.Tom Moran
 
Calum, David, and Enzo look back on the result and performance up in Inverness on Saturday, discuss even more transfer rumours, and look forward to the upcoming encounter with Ayr United.
 
Well, the title pretty much spells it out! In this episode, we'll be discussing why it's likely better to use multiple hides, why we sometimes skimp on cross ventilation, and Critter Keepers as tarantula enclosures.Tom Moran
 
This week we reflect on our final Premier Sports Cup match against Hamilton. We then move on to discuss a bit about each of our Championship opponents for the upcoming season, before giving our own predictions on how the league will go!
 
I've been asked many times over the years if there are certain species of tarantulas that are more difficult to raise up to adulthood than others. Although there were certainly a few species that I get contacted about quite a bit, I wanted to hear from other keepers as well. So, I reached out and asked which spiders folks struggled with. In this ep…
 
Oftentimes, I find myself in need of a certain type of enclosure for a rehousing in relative hurry, and I resort to hopping on Amazon to see what I can find. As a result, I've tried out a bunch of enclosure possibilities, both inexpensive and more pricey, over the years that work pretty well for our eight-legged friends. In this episode, I review s…
 
Unfortunately, I'm fighting off the 'rona right now, so this episode will be a bit shorter. This time around, I talk a bit about my recent video on hobby staple tarantulas. Then, I answer questions about tarantulas and bright lights, which species of spiders I would never keep, and how often to clean away webbing.…
 
First, I talk a bit about the Ephebopus slings that I recently acquired. Then...sure, spiders can bite, have venom, and can put a hurting on anyone foolish enough to trifle with them. However, there are some spiders available in the trade that have been the victim of over exaggeration and hyperbole to the point where many will refuse to keep them. …
 
First, we take some listener comments from last episode. Then we discuss why it's always important to consider your living situation before you start a tarantula collection.Tom Moran
 
First, we discuss how to tell when a spider is truly dead, and I share a story about my Psalmopoeus Langenbucheri sling. Then, if you're older and in the hobby, should you continue to buy long-lived species? Should you pass away, what will become of your collection? In this second part of the podcast, we talk about how you should prepare in the eve…
 
This one has been a long time coming. There is a lot out there about the physiological and behavioral difference between these two classifications of tarantulas. However, much of it takes a very superficial and exaggerated stance when it comes to the comparisons. In this episode, I break down the differences between these two types of spiders and e…
 
After having a discussion with a fellow keeper about arachnophobia, I got to thinking about how spiders are presented in media and how much some of those depictions strengthened my own fear of these animals. In this episode, I talk a bit about spiders in media.Tom Moran
 
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