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Because he just bolts down into the burrow when I open the enclosure, so I just leave pre killed at the entrancr
I'm having a hard time imagining what it looks like, maybe just loose hairs that came off when you touched it.
Are you sure it wasn't dust?
I would try using the search function on the forum, my guess is there will be some good info on here already.
If you already have the spider post your set up and someone with this sp can help
Pls let me in
That is a death curl, moulting tarantulas do not curl their legs like that
FYI: She is not a dude
Enclosures should not be too small, every T will go outside of their burrow every now and again, for example: my GBB will often venture out and...
Or DKS for short
Was this exotic lair? Just unsubscribe. He doesn't understand that he gets mould because his enclosures have next to no ventilation.
Post a vid pls
I think a Halloween style enclosure would be cool if done right
Mine is a young Male which could be why. It was probably a Theraphosa stirmi
I've seen females for sale for £150+ seems on the cheap side.
Theraphosa are not suitable for beginners either.
Theraphosa will eat insects just...
I have accidentally knocked an enclosure with a moulting T in and it moulted fine. I wouldn't worry about it.
I never feed my Aphonopelma. seemanni live prey I always pre killed for him.
Ts will sometimes lock themselves inside of a hide to moult... My guess if you're right and a cricket attacked it whilst it was trying to moult....
When you first get into Ts and they block themselves off, it is very tempting to dig them out.
Resist the urge, I dug out my G. pulchra and it was...
Wow that is harsh
There was a thread on here about someones mature male that had a successful moult. Wish I could find it.