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User ThorsCarapace's Tarantula Pictures

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by ThorsCarapace22, Jul 13, 2019.

  1. ThorsCarapace22

    ThorsCarapace22 Arachnosquire Active Member

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  2. bobthehobo9

    bobthehobo9 ArachnoPilot Old Timer

    Good looking T, how big?
     
  3. ThorsCarapace22

    ThorsCarapace22 Arachnosquire Active Member

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    I'd say about 4 inches roughly. She is alittle small for her age. That's forsure : )
     
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    ThorsCarapace22 Arachnosquire Active Member

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    IMG_20190720_214543~2.jpg IMG_20190720_174631.jpg First A. Avic! And attempt at an arboreal enclosure. You'd think after 4 years of keeping T's I would have already been through this :rolleyes:

    Unsexed juvie around 2 inches. :)

    The spray bottle is for my slings by the way lol
     
  5. Gogyeng

    Gogyeng Arachnobaron Active Member

    Oh yes. That looks like my very first hand-made enclosure, same rectangular with white screw-on cork. Gosh I suffered with those, had the slings running paces when having to open. I use now clip on lids so its snappy. But my difficulties with screw corks came because of my Troll-hands probably. Good cross ventilation and nice enclosure.
     
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    My avic has actually been sitting on the ground in a stress posture for the past two days. The set up is still the exact same, dry sub with a water dish. In threads Iv read that it's not a good sign for them to hang out on the ground. I know that lack of cross ventilation and wet sub is what kills most avics, so I'm kinda confused on why it would be so stressed.
     
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    IMG_20190911_140708.jpg my T stirmi is about 6 inches and not too over fed (as you can see above) I have around 5 1/2 to 6 inches of substrate, it's about 13inches from the lid to the sub. Maybe I should have more substrate? could this be a fatal fall?

    Sorry for the noobish questions.