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I actually have no idea, I am just going with what I was told from the vendor where I got it.
I love my:
Phyllocrania illudens, still going strong. Too bad I can’t fond a male for it.
Good to see you on AB. :angelic:
When my Cyriocosmus elegans was too small to feed anything else, I purposely fed with springtails.
I keep it dry, and I used coco fibers for it’s substrate.
I rehoused Hadrurus arizonensis into larger enclosure. So if it molts, hopefully soon, it can enjoy much larger space.
Just make sure the sling won’t escape, and get away with that large ventilation holes here and there.
I do not see why is that a problem. If it is willing then will dig and make a burrow, if it is not, then will not happen.
I would suggest to give...
What you just witnessed is a tarantula version of:
You walking out from your room and drink a cup of water in the kitchen then going back to your...
When you put a water dish into tarantula’s enclosure, several things might occur:
1. It will drink from it.
2. It will dump the substrate into...
I rehoused Leiurus quinquestriatus to larger enclosure, so it can freely roam around and enjoy.
To be honest, I would love to have a communal tarantulas set up for myself too. Who wouldn’t want to see, like out of five or six fuzzy Caribena...
There are no evidence of communal tarantulas that observed in the wild. None. :angelic:
Yes indeed, for awhile.
Truth is, none, to be technically.
Well, you know he is around AB right? Maybe you can ask him for yourself. Right? @petkokc?
He makes his own enclosure I believe.
Yes you can, if the person ever created review page that is.