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I get them a ton, mostly me finding great deals on Ts in petstores though: p
I've heard great success with Poecilotheria regalis communals, but you will have to separate eventually
This is very good for educational folks, as i know handling T's can sometimes play a big role in certain presentations.
If you do decide too, it's best to research a lot, be prepared for speed.
Actually if you don't have money, go outside and try to find a Wolf...
I mean, certain live plants can work in enclosures. Pretty sure The Dark Den on youtube only uses live plants or doesn't use plants at all most of...
I wouldn't say getting an OW early on is skipping NW's
No one is saying after you get an OW you can't go back and get pretty NW's :P
Get an OW...
Phormic Cancerides and G pulchripes :)
During the spring/summer months when its warmer it's not uncommon to see a spree of molts :)
I'll always recommend any of the Thrixopelma genus to anyone looking for a NW.
T. pruriens otherwise known as the cutest sling on earth.
Why are Psalmos so amazing?
I have 2 irminia slings right now, only my second and third arboreals ever respectively.
They're such good eaters and...
P cancerides!, and for arboreal, Iridopelma hirustum.
Sold as rosea, but she's confirmed female and paid a really cheap price for her so I don't mind if porteri either.
Yeah! She was local and trying to cut down her collection, sold a friend of mine an AF versi for 30$
So, found a really good offer that I had to take so introducing some new members too my collection!
G. porteri/rosea? (not sure exactly) female:...
My Avic also came from Petsmart!
Although mine's enclosure was in a lot better shape then the one theyre keeping yours in.
She was my first T and...
That's what i meant :) Sorry.
Too big enclosures make feeding difficult, can stress T's out, esp slings.
Better to keep them in something smaller
about 1.5-2x their legspan for...
No need to keep track of ambient humidity, slightly damp sub will be fine. No heatlamp needed, roomtemp is fine. Heat lamps can kill T's.
Genics are great. But Thrixopelma pruriens is decently common, very easy care and mine eats a ton. So ill toss that in the rec pile.