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Basin's Tarantulas

Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by basin79, Dec 14, 2016.

  1. basin79

    basin79 Arachnoking Active Member

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    Aye. I think I just caught her off guard. And with not having a burrow she had to defend herself.
     
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    *sobs
     
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  4. dangerforceidle

    dangerforceidle Arachnoknight Active Member

    Looks like the second worm got away?
     
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  5. basin79

    basin79 Arachnoking Active Member

    No. She nailed it.
     
  6. dangerforceidle

    dangerforceidle Arachnoknight Active Member

    At 1:42 to 1:45 you can see the tail move out of view from right to left. She definitely grabbed it with her feet/palps, but I can't say that I saw her tag it with her fangs. She may have, but it really looks like the worm slides away out of frame. Either way, I'm sure she can handle herself.
     
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  7. basin79

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    Just watched it again. And yes you're right. The bugger got away. She's not due a moult yet. I'll have a look under her enclosure and see if I can see the morio. If not I'll put a slice of pear on the sub. If it's not under the pear in the morning I'll completely redo her enclosure again and give her deeper sub.
     
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  8. basin79

    basin79 Arachnoking Active Member

    After a morio worm sneaked away yesterday I completely gutted my adult female's Cyriopagopus hati hati enclosure out. Found the morio worm. Finally got some pics of her. Not as many as I'd have liked but I'm not complaining.


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  10. basin79

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    Some pics of my Chilobrachys fimbriatus, Grammostola iheringi, Cyriocosmus ritae and Theraphosa blondi.


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  11. basin79

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    Fed this gorgeous gal and thought I'd be rude not to grab some pics.


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  12. CWilson1351

    CWilson1351 Arachnobaron

    Can't say it enough, I love your C ritae. All your photos, stories, and videos of her have me searching for them here. All of your others are stunning as well :)
     
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  13. basin79

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    Thank you. I'm extremely fortunate to have these amazing pets.
     
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  17. Ungoliant

    Ungoliant Malleus Aranearum Staff Member

    She has a mouthful of crickets, but I am sure she would try to stuff another one in there if you gave her the opportunity.
     
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  18. basin79

    basin79 Arachnoking Active Member

    Oh definitely. She loves her food.
     
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