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First intact moult from my L.parahybana
Mine too webs a full tank carpet x
Only been keeping t's since last year but you pick up so much fantastic advice on here. X . Won't be long before you're helping out newbies too :)
Think this is some thing I have worried about previously. Your pics aren't that clear but it's looks like normal hair kicking. Mine go all fluffy...
I do this in ice cube tub things that you put in the freezer
Contessa my G.porter. At the ripe old age of 44 I finally got my first t. 2 years on have five and slowly adding. She's still special in my heart.
Not only has she burrowed.....but beautifully against her enclosure so I can see her more now than ever.
Mine finally burrowed 2 days ago, after my first re-house of her, 3 months ago. I was sooooo happy and excited at finding her excavation that the...
You looking @ me
When the movie you'very been watching for the last hour gets to the climax and you're still checking new posts on here.
She's such a poser
After waiting almost 2 months my B.smithi did a sneaky molt.
She is my smallest spider and I couldn't believe how much bigger she is....
Just thought if we were going down the sarcasm path......
Only have five......for now
I wasn't gonna pet her. Maybe i'll suckling them off with the vacuum.
Thanks for the quick reply
Was my first thought but haven't seen this in any of my other T's
Yet again I'm in a panic......always my A.geniculata causing me anguish.
She has a fuzzy bottom. Im hoping and guessing this is just hair. Please...
Will ease her off it slowly. Don't want her to turn to drink. Don't think I could handle the dependecy of a legless spider lol.
Just a worried T momma.
Thanks for you're speedy reply. Think I need to chill