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Discussion in 'True Spiders & Other Arachnids' started by basin79, Aug 26, 2016.
Just fed this little man. Initially he grabbed the cricket via a wing bud. The venom had no effect on the cricket. It was only when he bit the cricket on the body that it took effect. Immediately as per usual.
I love how serious it looks in that last picture.
my name is 'cloose.
i love the sand
on my caboose.
when all goes as planned
i bite cricket
in one quick hit.
Whilst recording the above feeding video I got some pics too (also on the vid). I almost managed to get an in focus pic of my trapdoor flying out of her burrow.
Adult female Gandanameno sp
She suits being black and white too.
The Gandanameno is so cute! What establishment did you procure her from to add into your collection?
I've got 3 females. Bought all of them online. My original lass is getting on now so bought another adult and a juvenile that's now a young adult.
The timing or lack there of I have is quite remarkable. I was getting some feeding videos including my Liphistius cf ornatus. So I'm recording said video and the little rascal came out and actually STOPPED out motionless for ages. So of course I didn't have my camera with me. I've been trying to get some pics of the little rascal for quite a while. Took a few on my phone then went to get my camera. Little bugger had gone back. Can't explain just how gutted I am.
Camera pics of my Sicarius thomisoides and Gandanameno sp.
I love your Gandanamenno so much. It looks like somebody tried very hard to make the least threatening thing ever.
For those not wanting to watch the video.
2 little Sicarius thomisoides slings.
Little finger for scale.
A beautiful new pet spider. Platythomisus octomaculatus. Once she's settled I'll get some better pics.
My little finger for some scale.
wow, basin, that is one gorgeous spider!
Aye. They're absolutely stunning.
where did you pick up something like that?
An online shop here in the UK.
good to know