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I'd like to add how little I know about some things involving tarantulas. I think the more you keep tarantulas the more you realize how little you...
Ive written a long thread on Poecilotheria care. Use the search function.
Specific questions help alot. What temperature? How damp? How much...
Not worth the effort imo.
Eh, roughly 8..
What gyrm said.. lol keep the substrate dry or at least mostly dry. And have a cage with good airflow.
Ideal humidity is irrelevant. There is no...
Freshly molted 2.5" female. This is a smaller species. Reaching perhaps 6" max.
Thanks for the update, man. :)
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You have to correctly guess the last spider to post your own. ;)
Feeding schedules are crap. You have to make them on the fly to fit the spider.
Generally speaking, you keep the abdomen just a little bigger...
Ive bred a few different species. It's one of the most awesome experiences you can have in the hobby. Such different behavior. It's quite unique....
variegata is correct. :)
Hmm.. Hysteocrates crassipes? Chilobrachys fumosus? Pamphobeteus antinous?
This is a weird one to me.
The ones that flip on their backs striking at a flashlight. [ATTACH]
H lightfooti, gutatta, namaquenensis.
Nope. Striata or regalis.
Yeah, don't worry about it. When you get the chance, post some pics and tag me and I can help you out.
It's less pronounced in younger specimens. And yes, that's the main id trick between the two. It's really messy with younger specimens.
It's either striata or regalis. Some clearer ventral shots of all legs could help.