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OBT has a new home!

Discussion in 'Tarantula Questions & Discussions' started by sunnymarcie, Aug 4, 2003.

  1. sunnymarcie

    sunnymarcie Celestial Spider Old Timer

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    From a pill jar to a critter box, Baby's growin' up:D


    Heres the new home:)
     

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  2. sunnymarcie

    sunnymarcie Celestial Spider Old Timer

    Last one for now

    And here's poor little "Baby"

    The tiny thing is SO upset, it won't come down:(
     

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  3. pelo

    pelo Arachnoangel Old Timer

    My setup is identical to yours for my OBT.Yours(nice) looks to be about the same size as mine.It did the same thing as yours is doing now when I first put it into it.It hung around the top for almost two weeks.It now has a nice little home all webbed up under the corkbark.Throw in a cricket and an orange blur comes out,nails the cricket and back into it's hide.Cricket doesn't know what hit 'em..lol..fast little buggers...peace..
     
  4. sunnymarcie

    sunnymarcie Celestial Spider Old Timer

    Fast, your not kidding!:eek:

    I lost the last one I tried to move:(
    I squished the poor little guy:(
    This one was not to difficult to move.
    I still have one more, but I do not have a box for it yet.
    Time to go shopping:)
     
  5. nemesis6sic6

    nemesis6sic6 Arachnoangel Old Timer

    Hello

    How big is your OBT.

    Mine is bearly 1 .5"

    I don't know if I should move mine.

    It's so fast!

    it out grew it's container but, should I wait until next molt to

    move it.

    OBTs are cool!

    have a nice day

    geo
     
  6. sunnymarcie

    sunnymarcie Celestial Spider Old Timer

    When its not all bunched up, its about 1.5 inches legs and all.
     
  7. rosehaired1979

    rosehaired1979 Arachnoking Old Timer

    This is a stupid question but what is a OBT??
     
  8. TheDon

    TheDon ArachnoDon Old Timer

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    Orange Bitey thing a.k.a Usambara Orange Baboon
     
  9. rosehaired1979

    rosehaired1979 Arachnoking Old Timer

    Ooooooo we have one of those she is a mature female and is 5 yrs old (estimate). She is Orange Usambra Baboon :)
     
  10. abstract

    abstract Arachnodemon Old Timer

    Mine always hangs out at the top of the container when i've moved it too....i wonder why they do that?

    I actually attempted to remove the hide from it's enclosure, hoping it would just web the whole thing up. A week went by, no webbing at all, so I threw a hide back in and it went to town right away.
     
  11. Re: Hello

    ok well use your bath tub sit them in put the old cage close to the new one or push him out and trap him in the new one, i kinda did this with mine sept i used a box....i hear bathetub is fine tho
     
  12. vulpina

    vulpina Arachnoprince Old Timer

    The bathtub method is one of the best methods for transferring T's to new enclosures.

    Andy