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My # 1 pet hole is out!! M. Robustum

I have not seen this T out ever. Last time I saw this girl was rehousing into her final home. Last year maybe. I walked by and had to do a double take before I realized it was her. What is your number pet hole?

My # 1 pet hole is out!! M. Robustum
Drea, May 28, 2019
Ungoliant, RezonantVoid, Vie and 5 others like this.
    • Arachnophoric
      Why is it always the pretty ones who're the most shy? :hilarious:
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    • Dman
      Very nice specimen!
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    • u bada
      and what a big pet hole it is or will be!...
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    • WebBrowser
      Had 2 that both turned out male, definitely holes! Favorite for me would have to be my Idiothele mira because that hole has a door and feeding time is always exciting.
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    • Drea
      @u bada she is 5” right now. I think there are at least two molts in her den that can’t get to. I can’t wait until she 7 inches of perfection.
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    • Drea
      @WebBrowser blue legs sticking out would be great to see. Trap doors are the best. That is one that has been on my wish list for a while now. I hope there is some great stuff at this expo this weekend for decent prices..
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    • Hoxter
      Mine is the same, luckily she has made a window down there so I can check on her any time I want, she even molted few days ago. Hopefully she will feel more confident to come out now...
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    • Drea
      Mine had a window but she blocked it all up for 4 months. She look opened the holes and looks clean again. Molt must be some where in her pit.
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    • Hoxter
      You're unlucky that it's her final home, otherwise you'd at least have more chances to see her during rehousing. Mine was around 3 inches before molt so there's still a lot of time :pompous:
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    • RezonantVoid
      Mine is definitely Arbanitis sp. Coramba. Not a tarantula, but that thing has only shown itself to me twice and is so beautiful. I know it's molted now too BUT IT WONT COME OUT :(
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