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Aphonopelma sp. Guatemala Stripe Leg

After nearly a month and a half she has FINALLY ate her first meal in my care

Aphonopelma sp. Guatemala Stripe Leg
Mychajlo, Mar 13, 2018
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    • Mvtt70
      Aphonopelma seem to be some really fickle eaters
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    • Mychajlo
      @Mvtt70 yes both of the Aphonopelma species I have are unpredictable when it comes to eating lol
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    • Daniel Edwards
      My A. seemani eats well. I don't over wet her substrate but full deep water bowl and solid dark hide away cave. Always eats. I think she frequents the water bowl a lot... may be a spider that needs to hydrate well... SHe accepts crickets, superworms, refuses dubias, and ate a katydid last fall.
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    • Mychajlo
      @Daniel Edwards that’s good to know, I don’t think she likes her hide very well so I’m gonna try and switch that up and give her something more deep and dark for her, she just finished up a second roach, I’m so happy she’s eating. By the way, you should pm me a pic of your A. Seemanni, I’d love to see the difference between yours and my “Guatemala stripe leg”
    • Mvtt70
      @Daniel Edwards Meanwhile my A. seemanni seems to stay in its burrow most of the time. When it comes out I'll try to feed it and the usual response is it runs back into the burrow...
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