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A.semmanni

Tarantula Lover

Psalmopoeus Lover
Old Timer
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Jul 21, 2002
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1,373
Hey! I recieved this T from Bryan (mmmmdonuts) It is very aggressive towards me! Went into a threat posture and loves to flick hairs! I love the stripes on this t, and have 3 pics to share! He/She ate a Mouse yesterday and a superworm today! Thanks,

James
 
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chaset

Arachnosquire
Old Timer
Joined
Sep 9, 2002
Messages
120
Give her about 6' of soil they love to borrow.
 

Bjorgly

Arachnodemon
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Aug 7, 2002
Messages
729
I tried and tried to make mine burrow with ideal substrate and pre-dug burrows, you name it - it just won't so i gave up on it, and put it in a regular cage with a regular hide and it uses it often and still shows no sigh of wanting to burrow. I have however heard of these tarantulas making very large burrows.

Mark
 

chaset

Arachnosquire
Old Timer
Joined
Sep 9, 2002
Messages
120
I left my A. Seemani on its own in a with a 6' substrate base for about 2 weeks before it burrowed,

the first place it burrowed was under the water dish, and it got tired of me changeing it.

so infilled its burrow and moved to the new burrow to the east end. its happy there, i can see it through the tank. An interesting note, my A. Seemani
has her burrow completely sealed, she digs her way up when she wants food.

The first time she sealed her burrow, i dug a small
hole to see if she was okay, and she tried to bite me.
or at least the tea spoon i was digging with.
She sealed it back up within 10mins of me leaveing.
 

bodc21

Arachnojason
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Jan 14, 2003
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778
i didnt know that the costa rican zibra was that definsive?
 

Vys

Arachnoprince
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Sep 22, 2002
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1,571
So that is how the browner version looks ?
 
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