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I like this one, MM T. ockerti
My T. stirmi motled today, a bit unexpectedly she ate 1 week ago, finally I got a female after raising two stirmi males from sling to adulthood....
Because they are easy to find and catch in the wild. All Avics sold in pet shops are wild caught.
Feed the mealworms for a day or two after you get them out of the fridge. You can give them some vegetables for hydration and oatmeal or dog/cat...
Getting closer, but no
That's not very accurate. Both were valid described species, B. smithi was described in 1897 while hamorii was described in 1997. It was...
3-5 years if you get it as a tiny tiny sling. If you get a juvie of a fast growing species you may end up with a mature male in less than a year.
It doesn't seem that fat too me, have you tried feeding it after it first refused? Perhaps try with different feeders, crickets and lateralis...
What type of article are you writing? Is it one of those clickbaity "OMG! DEADLY AGGRESSIVE GIANT SPIDERS CAN BE BOUGHT BY ANYONE OVER THE INTERNET"
some Pamphobeteus sp.? maybe sp. Machalla
Brachypelma schroederi is the smallest of the genus, it's max size is around 4 1/2 inches I believe.