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Freshly moulted tarantulas scrunch their legs close to their carapace.
Hamorii freshly moulted by Paul1126 posted Sep 21, 2019 at 9:29 AM
Isn't one arboreal and one terrestrial?!?!?
Stop chasing humidity numbers, this species likes it dry with a water dish.
You can occasionally dampen one corner every so often.
When a tarantula scrunched their legs close to their body yes that is a stress position, considering you're holding it you now know why.
Doesn't this suggest that tarantulas are capable of recognizing other tarantulas?
Post moult stretching is always funny to see
B. hamorii by Paul1126 posted Jun 30, 2018 at 5:53 PM
Couldn't think of anything more stressful than rehousing a communal :vomit:
This can't be true I refuse to believe it
I have an immature male who's last moult I measured at 10cm DLS
They are faster, nastier temperaments and have stronger venom.
Spiders aren't going anywhere anytime soon, you're best off in my opinion just to...
I have wall mounted convector heaters, they are expensive to run.
Example: to run 1 heater in the T room for 24 hours a day ensuring a constant...
I'm no expert but I'm positive this species will moult in their webs up high and not on the ground.
@cold blood @Venom1080
You've just opened a can of worms my friend
Having something so incredibly interesting in my home is the best part.
They are incredible creatures and I love taking care of them, very long...
No offense I expected you to be way younger
Good luck with your Orange Bob
Got a wasp stuck in my hair once, good times
They might bring it up or they might leave it, my seemanni left his underground nothing I can do.
I would most definitely check to see if she's gravid.
You can try shining a light under her abdomen and see if you can see anything
Some people may prefer the shorter life span, 15-30 years is one heck of a long time to commit to an animal.
I understand what you're saying, even...
Short life? If you get a Male as a sling it will take years for it to be a mature Male.
I got my GBB as a juvenile and he was in my care for 2...
Whatever you prefer.
I would personally purchase a huge female Theraphosa sp.