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Don't try to feed her again, wait tills she molts, and once is properly hardened up you can feed.
That sucks man, some are just not destined to make it I guess.
I figured the same thing, it sometimes attacked prey but never ate, just stood over the prey. It could have been a sucking stomach issue.
I had the first death in my collection today. I always knew something was off with my GBB, it refused to eat most of the time, and hadn't molted...
Looks kind of similar to Sahydroaraneus raja
I would begin to get worried, my slings at that size take max 3-4 hours to molt.
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Im assuming that is a Ephebopus uatuman, right? In that case it needs much more substrate as its in obligate burrower. Don't worry about food,...
I bought a GBB with the promise of a really fast growing sling. It hasn't molted since I bought it 6 months ago.
Do not do that, OBTs often love to burrow, not providing that option will result in a very stressed tarantula.
Yes wait a week, and at that size they don't need a hide.
As boina said above, I reccomend rehousing into a 2/4 oz deli container.
I love my irminia as well, threw up a beautiful dirt curtain. Sucks that the only time I saw it was during the rehousing.
A water dish is always good to have, its better to have it and not need it, rather than need it and not have it.
Don't worry I have a broken GBB who's refused more times than I can count, and hasn't molted since I got it (6 months)
My P. irminia has been the fastest growing, its already molted twice in three months, and put on a lot of size each time.
Yes, I believe it is the internal moisture that is more important than the dampness of the substrate.
I remember being fascinated by spiders as a kid.
In grade 6 we had to do a presentation on animals, and I chose tarantulas. I remember wanting to...
You need to put a long log in and add lots of fake plants over it to make for cover and webbing area.