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I don’t see snakes and tarantulas as a valid comparison. Makes about as much sense as comparing bird keeping to dog keeping.
I’ve seen a lot of arty enclosures, even some with action figures and aliens inside, on Facebook groups. I think they look rubbish, personally. If...
Brachypelma emilia female.
I use coco fibre, does the job.
All of my Chilobrachys species web the entire enclosure, as does Pterinochilus murinus, Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens, and N. incei.
As long as the sling isn’t small enough to fit through through the vent holes then you’re good to go.
Potentially, yes. Cup and remove the tarantula, then dig it out.
Surely that's an elaborate troll. :hilarious:
There are various videos on YouTube, if you want to see rehousing methods. It’s even good to watch the bad examples so you get an idea of what to...
1. Refusing food, and a darker, shiny looking abdomen will likely indicate premoult. The easiest thing to do is offer food, then take it out if it...
My P murinus is always out.
That’s still the opposite of what you said. Something tongue in cheek is never intentionally serious.
No, it’s the opposite of that.
I wasn’t referring to what the tarantula did, I was referring to your actions. From what you’ve told us, your lack of caution is what has allowed...
This is how I’d use ‘tongue in cheek’ too.
Tongue in cheek basically = facetious.
It sounds exactly like it has everything to do with experience. Anyway, good luck finding it and use this as a learning opportunity.
Wasn’t meaning you.
Perfect example of why beginners shouldn’t get an Old World so early.
All you can do is use a torch and a catch cup, and keep looking.
Your one inch B smithi could more than likely escape out of those ventilation holes.
Easy fix is to sellotape the inside (sticky side facing...