My Geniculata girl Mabel got her end enclosure today. She immediately began to explore and already chose a hideout. :)
I thought the substrate I had would make a thicker level, but she doesnt really do much digging. and for her size its enough for now anyway^^
Got more substrate. Now when I arrive home, I saw she started to close her hide with webbing. SHould I leave her be now? Since, Id have to get her and the cork bark out again to work on the enclosure. Or would you say I can put her in a box for a few minutes?
I saw her abdomen is rather dark after she flicked hair when I moved her
Pic of the hide entrance is in the link here (cant upload the file her for whatever reason): https://www.directupload.net/file/d/5290/jpm39n4s_jpg.htm
Get an arboreal for that enclosure and move the A. geniculata to something like a 10 gallon aquarium filled 3/4 with substrate with hide and water dish. Now you have an excuse to add an arboreal tarantula to your collection. Get a C. versicolor for that enclosure or a Pokie or you know something that likes trees.