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the abdomen is twisted around the proper way
P. Pulcher munching on a Superworm.
Yeah Ts can be real individuals, sometimes they climb like it's there job in life and sometimes they don't. I have a G. pulchripes...
Of course. we take good care and keep a constant eye on her. I had the same concerns at first when she was exploring her new home, but...
A little bottle cap wouldn't hurt, if you want to put one in.
For once, a real recluse!
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I know they are harmless to a tarantula and even beneficial in small amounts but will they infest/eat an eggsac? Mitzy has an eggsac and...
Right, to me and maybe it's a bad angle but it looks like there is more than 1.5 times her legspan between dirt and roof. The smaller...
Well, generally speaking the size of the prey should be no bigger than the length of the sling's abdomen, unless of course, it's...
Thanks ! Oh and also do i need to provide a water dish for the sling? Its about 1" btw
@martin hogue Thank you, and I do apologize I failed to post the size ≈2”
(I updated the post)
And here I thought my Ts were looking a bit portly :hilarious:
That's okay, I'm sure he'll be a bit with the ladies. They'll want a...
I forgot to mention that I named her Big Scary :)
Bald spots aren't a sign of pre-moult, all a bald spot means is that the tarantula has kicked hairs at some point