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User GDUB's Tarantula Pictures

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by GDUB, Jul 4, 2018.

  1. GDUB

    GDUB Arachnopeon

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    A while back I posted about my juvenile A. geniculata bunkering in for a long time, and received good advice about downsizing it's hide, blocking off light from its false burrow "opening" that dead-ended in a glass corner, and removing the heating element. It seems much more content now. It has molted once, and is now bunkered in again. However, before going "down under" again, it gave me a nice surprise. After taking down a large dubia roach, it flipped it on edge and proceeded to eat it outside its burrow for three hours! It had assumed a posture up on the tip of its legs to eat this way. IMG_1334.JPG on the tips of its legs to accomplish this. Here's the pic -