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From the way they wrote that article you’d think they were talking about an orca in a tank the relative size of a bath tub, not a tarantula
Apparently some orb weavers eat pollen that gets caught on the web from the wind and from captured bees, and it may be an important part of some...
Will hopefully do Beregama aurea some time
You said the same thing a few months ago
You can just cover the ventilation with some fabric, the crickets wouldn’t be able to escape with that. It’d probably also be worth using the...
Most scorpions or tarantulas should last that long. You could probably also get away with a young individual of a larger slow growing species if...
Probably not. Especially if it’s hard smooth plastic
Actually I recall this guy on the boards that had a really friendly OBT, I think his name was Shampain or something
Some species of huntsman spider, Sparassidae. Might be the same species as the one that was found in bananas and misidentified as a Brazilian...
Selenocosmiinae sp biru has to be up there
Sounds like the complete opposite of my Idiomatta. Usually only takes dead prey I stuff into the side of the trapdoor so she can slowly pick it up
Liphistius would be a total dream to have. They look so ancient
I think I might get a Euoplos, very attractive spiders even if I’ll never see it
Too bad they’re never visible once they make the trapdoor though
Just an Idiomatta species and a couple gold Arbanitis. Well the Arbanitis don’t actually make trapdoors but they are an Idiopid
If it’s dimly lit it’s probably not that different to the darkest parts of the rainforest floor
I said they react to light cues which would help...
Well ya did say you weren’t convinced about them not having any lighting requirements
There’s no doubt they respond to light cues in the wild, there’s a reason you don’t see them hanging out of the burrow entrance in broad daylight...