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Aww... they like each other!

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by Lyle Beach, Mar 3, 2004.

  1. Lyle Beach

    Lyle Beach Arachnobaron Old Timer

    hehe.... look at these guys! Their friends! The A.seemani has been sitting there for about an hour.... and now the G.rosea came up and is giving him a hug through the glass! They have been like this for about 10 minutes or so!

    lol.... they probably don't even realize that one another is there.

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  2. Lyle Beach

    Lyle Beach Arachnobaron Old Timer


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  3. Aviculariinae

    Aviculariinae Arachnoangel Old Timer

    In the first picture it looks like he,s picking up a hooker in a red light district LOL
  4. abstract

    abstract Arachnodemon Old Timer

    Hehe - very nice. How's that seemani doing?
  5. PapaSmurf

    PapaSmurf Arachnodemon Old Timer

    cool pics how big are they?
  6. Lyle Beach

    Lyle Beach Arachnobaron Old Timer

    The seemani is about 5" and the rosea is about 4"

    The seemani seems to be doing better... I am just leaving him alone for a few days, with a towel over his side to de-stress him/her
  7. MrT

    MrT Arachnoking Old Timer

    I'm glad its doing better Lyle.
    I'm not ragging on you dude, but I would think that those T's are getting stressed being so close to each other. It may look like they like each other but T's "don't" like each other and if they could get at each other it would most likely end in death for one or both. I once had two T's like that in one cage, and ended up with one really fat T.
    Make sure theres no possible way they can get at each other. Even a small space at the top is enough for one to squeeze through.
    When I have two T's really close together, I put a file folder between them. But thats just me.;)

  8. AudreyElizabeth

    AudreyElizabeth Arachnodemon Old Timer

    They definatly are aware of each other, more sensitive little critters than you think. Cool pics, but I would stick a piece of card board in between them like Ernie suggested.
  9. Chrissy

    Chrissy Arachnopeon

    My a. seemanni and g. rosea also have cages right next to each other and I've seen them doing this more than once. I love catching them like this, it's so cute:) I don't have any pics of those two, but here's a pic I took at a pet shop of 2 female roseas...

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  10. spyder7697

    spyder7697 Arachnosquire Old Timer

    good to hear that your A. seemanni is doing better now and nice pics by the way
    Ski-Ya Laterz
  11. Longbord1

    Longbord1 Arachnoprince Old Timer

    uh i think u have to rosies there or is just me?

  12. Jakob

    Jakob Arachnoprince Old Timer

    Read it again carefully...
  13. Longbord1

    Longbord1 Arachnoprince Old Timer

    NVM lol

    u think that it could be cuz they wanna eat eachother??
  14. spyderguy1983

    spyderguy1983 Arachnosquire Old Timer

    Nice pics, thanks for sharing
  15. mimic58

    mimic58 Arachnobaron

    Thoughs are some great pics! thanks for sharing
    Last edited: Jan 6, 2005
  16. mimic58

    mimic58 Arachnobaron

    Yes! Totaly i think thats it dinner, I just would like to know how there aware of each other , i was under impresion there Eye sight sux
  17. shogun804

    shogun804 Arachnogeneral Old Timer

    + one 9 month old thread ;P
  18. jw73

    jw73 Arachnobaron

    I have spiders that do the same think. They are G. pulchra and C. fasciatum. Their faunaboxes stand alongside each other. When in my room become dark they face each other and I think they look what their neighbour does.
  19. Lyle Beach

    Lyle Beach Arachnobaron Old Timer

    Better than starting a brand new thread that covered the same subject. :rolleyes:
  20. Deschain

    Deschain Arachnolord Old Timer

    *Or subjecting the same, the thread, that covered a brand new better starting.

    *that is supposed to make no sense what so ever...and I think I did it. :?