Please Note as of March 2016
Head Office: Please direct all official enquiries to head office: Angela Hale
Membership: As of the 2016 AGM Phil and Erin are no longer responsible for the membership administration.
Due to personal and work commitments they have decided to resign their committee positions. We wish them well in their future endeavours and thank them for their hard work and enthusiasm during their time with us.
All membership queries should still be addressed to
Ray and Angela will be taking back over the membership admin until replacement committee members can be found.
HOT NEWS: Dr George McGavin lectured at the 14th Annual lectures to a delighted audience.
2017 lectures to be announced shortly
A full report will follow shortly
All the details are here
British Tarantula Society: The BTS was established in 1984. With our roots going back much earlier the BTS is the world’s oldest on going tarantula society. Our main site is for public viewing.
Here you will find:
- BTS Forum: Now closed to registration but open to read only
- BTS Classifieds: for trading your captive bred tarantulas and other inverts
BTS Gallery: Members galleries and the Theraphosid gallery a great reference guide
- BTS Chat Room: (moved to members area)
- The BTS Members website: Password and username protected B.T.S. Members area.
B.T.S. Members area where you can download the latest journal and many back issues, most online journals are enhanced versions. There are also articles and species listings and the beginner’s questions and answers matrix. If you would like to view this area then use the “how to join” to find detail’s on how to become a full or web only member of the British Tarantula Society. Complete the membership form and return it to the head office. The forms carry all the information needed to join today!
We appreciate your membership in the leading organisation for arachnid enthusiasts. Our Journal of the British Tarantula Society is the finest English-language arachnocultural publication, and we want to give you even more with a bi-monthly newsletter that gives a home to additional features like Letters to the Editor, In Focus, book reviews, art, photo essays, short breeding reports or species overviews and more. We welcome your submissions for both the Journal and the Newsletter. Editor Michael Jacobi will decide which publication is best for your contribution. Please feel free to email him at email@example.com.
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