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Even though a G. rosea is a desert spider I still water it every Monday or when it rains. It apparently learned the vibrations of water landing in...
Sorry when I saw a "cyst" on one of my t's it was a very long time ago, as a result I have no data. It was a white dot on its abdomen. It didn't...
My male G. rosea is in premolt and my obt finished a few hours ago. 4'' now.
Do it, you wont regret it later.
How fast exactly? Blind of and eye?
How big do they get? I heard about five inches in length, from tip to tip.
Where can I acquire one of these cheap?
It's very humid in Louisiana. So I might have to water just enough to keep the dish full? Where are they the cheapest?
Sounds risky ,do they need lots of humidity?
I am interested in purchasing one of these. Common name? Arboreal? From rainforest? Difficult to keep? And general care.
Sawdust? Really will it work?
I was thinking a large cage with floor space and maybe a orb weaver.(missing sector) Also it will be tall as well.
That's smart when one is humid the others are! :)
Oh sorry I thought you meant a person to watch your pedes! Also its Kuyuzo.
How about saw dust? I'm asking because its every were.:eek:
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Its says this is spam.(above)
Does anyone know something that is not susceptible to there secretions.:biggrin:
Kuyuza is good.
You have the tank just right...don't forget a cricket escape ramp!(rock in water dish)
It will work.I'm doing it right now.
Squire I know what molting is! Also I found it in Tickfall Louisiana when I was visiting my uncle.
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