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    Comment by 'esa space station' in media 'T. Blondi'

    Furrow is all a uniform colour with no indication of any markings a male would have at this size.
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    Comment by 'esa space station' in media 'T. Blondi'

    Id say female! Had lots of slings/watched them molt /males at this size always had a big dot on them visible to the naked eye/i dont see one here so id say female.
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    Theraphosa growth&maturity

    Anyone got any molt records of e .g t stirmi so i have rough idea how often they molt when 3/4 full size
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    Comment by 'esa space station' in media 'Theraphosa Blondi Egg Sac Construction [6/7]'

    Now 5wks since webbing off still waiting on eggsac!
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    Theraphosa growth&maturity

    Theraphosa species any info would be reciprocreated! Many thanks
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    Theraphosa growth&maturity

    Anyone have any info on theraphoda species
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    Theraphosa growth&maturity

    Hi anyone raise theraphosa blondi or t stirmi beyond 8 th molt (24-26 mths of age from 1.5" sling) im wondering if they molt annually after 8th molt as they have 10 molts to become termed adult.I have a female (gravid huge!)5wks after closing burrow still waiting for sack to be made im very sure...
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    Goliath birdeater tarantula growth rate

    I have had in the height of summer /female t blondis go from 7th-to 8th molt in 4.5 mths.they are very fast growers if given optimal conditions As regards temperatures it varys i know benjamin weber (european breeder)keeps burrow temps at 78 .f (26.c) You You can expect molts at 1 .5 month...
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    Post-breeding cooldown questions

    Yes there are many ingenious ideas to keep them at good temps but you do have to be inventive whay are you using to measure temp/humidity /i use the hygrometer/temp probes off places like ebay and measure temps in burrow and start from there
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    Comment by 'esa space station' in media 'Theraphosa Blondi Egg Sac Construction [6/7]'

    At 12 days since last activity now waiting for sack to be made.
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    Comment by 'esa space station' in media '3" T.stirmi.. can you guys help me gender'

    Deffo female/look between the top pair of booklungs if it was male you would see a triangular shaped patch of hair.yours doesnt have this as the furrow is a nice uniform colour with no marking.
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    T. stirmi breeding

    You are meant to cool them off for a few weeks /then warm them back up with also higher humidity wet ground.However i read on internet not many folk bother they just make it more humid later on.
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    T. stirmi breeding

    Of forgot to say they normally lay their sacks a few weeks after closing off burrow i read on a care sheet pet products.
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    T. stirmi breeding

    Hi Had a go with t blondi myself /looking good 13wk ago i paired my male with female 4-5 times many good inserts lots of dancing grappling back&forth.one time the male got charged off six times but went onto mate finally for 10 min.Now my female webbed off thin veil of web /stopped eating/a day...
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    T blondi eggsack

    Ten days since last activity /looking good/hopefull it will be soon.
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    how should I house an MM A. seemani?

    What ever your substrate /depth or choice /always remember to keep it very damp in there all over!deeper is better as it will retain more moisture a tiny amount of dirt will dry out.This way when its kept wet the male when he produces sperm webs wont dry out his sperm /that is most important and...
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    Is this a sperm web?

    Id be sure it is a sperm web!
  18. T blondi adult female

    T blondi adult female

    T blondi adult female
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    T blondi eggsack

    That should be easy /shes behind a wall of dirt and it doesnt need watering Humidity stays at 90 (rises a few points)temps start at 21-22 and take 12 hours to get to 26.c
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