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Do it! Old world species are cooler anyway, especially Poecilotheria ;)
I really like using this method with Poecilotheria species as well. Sometimes I try to get them to mate right then and there though by getting the...
You have a male
It's a female
Yeah I have observed this many times with this species as well along with others in the genus. That's why I like to setup a larger container for...
You're lucky...every time my females haven't been receptive they were usually trying to eat the males...so be careful!
Yeah that's pretty accurate. The Chilobrachys will web a lot more than the Haplopelma though and it will be thicker (whiter in color). Other than...
I purchased a couple specimen from Aaron recently and overall am happy with my purchase. The tarantulas were as described in that they...
I recently made a purchase from James. He made an honest mistake during the transaction and was quick to make it right to me....
That's a sweet deal man buy it!
You shouldn't have a problem with a Poecilotheria sp. then :)
Yeah I don't think very many people care for this species. The price on it has dropped dramatically these past few years and you just don't ever...
a very loose female
It is very much in pre-molt. You should expect a molt within 10 days I'd say for sure.
It doesn't seem that you're doing anything wrong...so be patient and keep trying.
Cool we need more P. fasciata in the hobby! They look a lot cooler than regalis IMO with the red underside and are underrated.
That was intense man...the way she turned around like that!!:eek:
Thanks for sharing :)
Looks male to me.
They're turds...sometimes instead of being all liquid they look like that...like popcorn turds kind of.
If you have any of your female's exuviums you can use that to get the male drumming before he gets anywhere near the female or even the enclosure...