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Made my first major error as a keeper. I kept her substrate way way too damp, and she went from a voracious eating machine to refusing food and...
C. minax gets the drop on a prey
After months of trying it finally happened
She is celebrating her first large cricket takedown. she became so excited she had to leave it behind in her burrow and start dancing
The size of this Tarantula is simply awe-inspiring, and she isn’t even done growing yet!
Feeding time on the long road to maturity.... plus a bit of cheeky fangs on show!
Hope stuffing her face.
Arbanitis sp. Gold with a large cricket
Arbanitis sp. Gold with her ring shaped tunnel
Settled in and feeding on a cricket, wouldn't let me get a good shot this was the best i could do!
Molted maybe 2-3 weeks ago. growing way faster than expected. maybe 3.5" dls, from 1.5" acquired in early spring. most likely female. Awwwwww just...
Just molted. took forever to get to this point (more than a year), 2.5' dls, and blue. And 95% sure it's a boy. munch munch... interesting how...
Nova stuffing his face.
Quite a fearless little guy/girl I believe it's 3rd instar! About an inch and a quarter in body length!
Showing off it's prey!
This little fearless bugger was out and about inspecting that new cork bark piece it's under, and I dropped in some prey and this ensued!
C. dyscolus chases down its prey.
Full video in the comment.
I was on vacation for 10 days and all T's doing well. This one molted a couple of weeks ago and she is looking beautiful
P Sazimai sling enjoying its feed :)
She's in premolt and hasn't been moving as much, but when times get tough, the dish will always be her sanctuary.