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I have limited experience with Theraphosa but mine when I had it was bald and it was red underneath. I wonder if it’s more translucent looking due...
Well, that’s an absolutely massive enclosure for a sling. You can get away with a souffle/condiment cup for it for quite a bit.
Can’t really tell...
You could try to poke/nudge it again very gently. Tarantulas aren’t the most active of creatures so 48 hours in the same spot wouldn’t be unheard...
I had been thinking of rehousing my H. maculata and I wasn't exactly looking forward to it. cold blood is right, you won't meet a more...
Was anything attempted with the rupture?
Caught my P. tigrinawesseli in a rather strange pose. You can’t tell from the photo (at least very well anyways) that Leg VI is just hanging off...
Different locales I believe.
P. vittata sling molted. It gained some size from what I can tell. Here's hoping my P. metallica and P. subfusca HL follow suit soon here.
We have a winner.
After I posted it, I realized there weren't really any distinguishing features, especially at it's size, so my bad on that one.
Target usually has them in stock for cheap if one is close by.
It is not.
Not the case.
No dice either I am afraid.
Works for me.
Finally (I say this and I’m bound to be wrong :hilarious:) A. avicularia M1.
I think photos would at least be interesting.
You probably already checked but did you already go through the enclosure? Just in case she somehow...
I feel your joy. I picked up a Cyriopagopus sp. bach ma sling recently and it has been awesome.
Can’t wait to see the updates as time goes on!
As long as you drive much more cautiously than usual, transporting in the enclosure shouldn’t be too big a deal. The only scary trip (hour drive...
Thanks @dangerforceidle for helping me and my blind eyes haha.
Now to do research on infections.