darko - i don't think that is what the bearded dragons do..or at least i've never heard of it. granted i know little about them other than general care. sounds pretty cool though..no so sure i'd want one with aids
most likely, the main care giver would be the one receiving the spray of blood.
doc - according to my roommates "too many!"
0.0.0 = number of males.number of females.number of unsexed, and just so you know, i'll list them Genus species (and in some cases theres a third part of the name which is the subspecies.) and then if its the same genus, i'll just abbreviate it.
in no particular order:
1.1.0 Psalmopoeus cambridgei "trinidad chevron"
0.1.0 P. irminia "venezuelan suntiger"
1.2.0 Grammostola rosea (both females potentially expecting) "chilean rose hair"
0.1.0 G. aureostriata "chaco gold knee"
1.0.0 Brachypelma vagans "mexican redrump"
0.0.1 B. emilia "mexican red leg"
0.0.1 Avicularia versicolor "antilles pink toe"
0.1.0 Aphonopelma seemani "costa rican zebra"
0.0.2 Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens "green bottle blue"
0.0.1 Xenesthis sp. "white" i don't know of any common name for this one yet
0.0.1 Cyclosternum fasciatum "costa rican tiger rump"
0.2.0 Phidippus johnsoni (both females are currently sitting on egg sacs) "desert red jumping spider"
0.0.1 Pandinus imperator "emperor scorpion"
3.1.0 Centruroides vittatus "texas bark scorpion"
0.0.1 Opistophthalmus wahlbergii "african tri-color scorpion"
0.0.2 Elaphe guttata guttata "corn snakes"
0.0.1 Lampropeltis getula californiae "striped king snake"
i have pictures of them all and some older stuff i had in my photobucket, but i didn't feel like posting those all right now.