Advertisement Recently I entered the world of keeping any arboreals with about the hardest option one could chose (a sub adult H. Maculata). I've rehoused her twice now and the first time I used the bag method which worked but I didn't like it with a larger container. So here's what I came up with using the same sort of method I've seen on thedarkden and tomsbigspiders. The smaller holes are for whatever I use (long straw, paint brush, etc.) to direct the tarantula into the bottle which I have lined up at the corner. Get the monster in the bottle and then close off the hole behind them. Honestly it worked perfectly and my H. Mac was rehoused in about 30 seconds. Now for a fast arboreal tarantula that is stubborn and isn't easy to get out of their hide... Well I'll cross that bridge when I get there haha! This method so far has worked well, just if anyone tries it, make sure the cardboard or whatever you use is perfectly flat and rests fully on the enclosure opening with no gaps anywhere and make sure the lid is on the water bottle before you direct the T into it. I almost had a mess on my hands that way Also for added security, press down on the lid while working to prevent it from possibly being lifted up and the tarantula slipping out. Anyways! Felt like sharing just in case anyone needs an idea on how to rehouse their monsters in what seems to be a safe and secure manner. For scale, that is a 19 liter RUB.