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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by draiko, Jan 11, 2017.
this is so cool!
I would run, this means there is a Basilisk in the vicinity.
I commented on the facebook post of this already, but there are several papers out talking about how Brachypelma will stay with the mother for some time and then march off in a single line, where some of the group will disperse at different areas. This allows for the siblings to theoretically not compete with each other since they are not all settling in the same place.
That's one of the most interesting things I have ever seen in regard to Tarantulas.
That's what immediately came to mind for me! "Follow the spiders!"
Wtf!!! Never seen anything like this. Pretty funny and entertaining.
That's pretty awesome. lol @ the Harry Potter reference.
Could be faked, in the age of video and computers anything is possible, like landing on the moon.
Nice reference lol
Here is the article that describes the single file movement of Bracypelma vagans spiderling dispersal.
Reichling, Steven B. "Group dispersal in juvenile Brachypelma vagans (Araneae, Theraphosidae)." Journal of Arachnology 28.2 (2000): 248-250.
It's amazing someone was in the right place at the right time to get video of this. Is there any information to go along with that video as to where and when it took place? Species maybe?