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Don't handle your spiders if this is a must.
Just try !
Don't use cedar and pine wood. They don't like it.
It is almost like mine. I swear this is mine T. :wicked:
I think You should contact psychiatrist.
Yes It is. :-) I relax waching them.
Rufilata is quite rare as Cyriopagopus spec "blue". Why do you think they are must have ?
Look at this young pulchra.
No it hasn't. I didn't notice white hairs at this photo.
It is just G. pulchra.
You should just change substrate. Don't wait for hardening of T after molt.
Definitely B. smithi, Ch. cyanobuescens, G. rosea, A. metallica, L. parahybana.
Nice spider. My angustum is one of my most aggressive spiders. I have some Haplopelmas, Poes and they are more calm then that.
My adult H. longimanus love them. Others scorps don't.
This is my largest T L. klugi. She is about three years old and has legspan about 8,5".
I have small seemanni. They are really odd. You should wait and it will start to eat. These spiders are very tough.
They definitely drink water. I have seen mine drink all the time,
They are worth it.
Look at mine http://www.arachnoboards.com/ab/showpost.php?p=732507&postcount=457
Six inches of peat moss minimum and terrarium (15-20cm)x30cmxhight (20-35cm). They like moist substrate and warm climate.
I use about 80 % B. dubia, 15 % crickets, 5 % zoophobas larvae.