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My T. stirmi boy Chopper is doing so fine! Unbelievaqble that he was almost dead a few weeks ago
Post-molt T. stirmi. She's very fresh indeed and time for a future rehouse.
6'' molt, confirmed female.
Yep, just as I predicted, a female. So I can trust my ventral sexing skills with more confidence. But these guys are easy to ventral sex anyways.
Lets see if my Ventral sexing skills live up to my expectations. I vent sexed it as female at Repticon. So lets see if it is a she or possibly he.
So stoked to have 3 captive born t blondi's. I am so looking forward to watching these guys/girls grow to beasts.
Davi always mucks his water dish but I never see him near it. I finally caught him getting his drink on. Then watched him move all kinds of debris...
Davi seems to like his new place. :)
Enclosure is 21 x 11. The lowest part of the enclosure to the top is 5 1/2 inches. Always worried about falls. The substrate is 6 inches deep....
I don’t think I need to say a whole lot; she’s simply stunning....
So happy to have 3 of these guys. All looking perfect. Thanks to Ruth at Mostly Reptiles.
Same specimen as the other picture. Please let me know what you think. 2.5"
I am pretty I know what this
Theraphosa sp is but I would like someone to confirm.
Specimen is 2.5".
Male t blondi 7th molt just finished and chilling lol
This is my T. stirmi, Chopper.
A few weeks ago he was as good as dead, being already in a death curl.
I didnt know what I could do, my best guess...