User Aiden's T pics

Aiden4

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Just a thread for my pictures as I’m a newbie so taking way too many pics haha

When I first got it (unsexed) 07868651-E5A5-4932-B9F2-B1670E26EFB0.jpeg

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LucN

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The Floofiness is strong with this one ;) Gotta love MurderFloofs ! Keep 'em coming !
 

Aiden4

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I’ll be getting two of two different species soon so pics of them will go here of course

It decided to just monch one worm today ✨ FB36A541-1F45-4DBF-A536-6D1270147B48.jpeg

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LucN

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The more I see these, the more I'll need to put T. albopilosus "Nicaragua" on my wish list. So much floofier than Honduran/Costa Rican forms.

Have you tried crickets yet ? I guarantee it'll give you a great show as it chases those down. Looking forward to what you'll get next. :)
 

Aiden4

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The more I see these, the more I'll need to put T. albopilosus "Nicaragua" on my wish list. So much flooflier than Honduran/Costa Rican forms.

Have you tried crickets yet ? I guarantee it'll give you a great show as it chases those down. Looking forward to what you'll get next. :)
Not yet, I’m personally very much not fond of crickets lol
 

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Crickets elicit a much stronger feeding response given they are much more active compared with the usual meal/super worm. You might catch your T. albo do a barrel roll as it catches one. And it's more likely to "Happy Dance" with crickets than with worms.
 

Aiden4

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Crickets elicit a much stronger feeding response given they are much more active compared with the usual meal/super worm. You might catch your T. albo do a barrel roll as it catches one. And it's more likely to "Happy Dance" with crickets than with worms.
Oh I do want to see a happy dance haha maybe when I go out tomorrow I’ll see if the store will let me take home just one cause it’s like one of those animals that wig me out so much haha
 

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I can give you a pro tip. Female crickets are much easier to handle. You can grab them by the ovipositor, the stinger-like appendage sticking from their rear. A good grip with tongs, and they can't jump off. Bring them somewhere above the T. Let them go and watch the carnage. Never fails. Personally, I prefer to drop them as far away from the spider, as it gets the cricket to roam about the enclosure, allowing for a more natural feeding response as the T feels the cricket's movements and reacts accordingly.
 

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(Marks on booty (prob from kicking) where there when I got it)
 

Aiden4

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My salmon pink bird eater (first pic) and red rump (second pic) came today 🧡

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Congrats on your new additions! And I'm glad your lil' curly hair is doing well too!

Would love to see your future seemani as well when it arrives. :happy:
 

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Congrats on your new additions! And I'm glad your lil' curly hair is doing well too!

Would love to see your future seemani as well when it arrives. :happy:
There will definitely be photos taken! The two left on my little list are arriving next week
 

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Lovely salmon pink took its first meal worm with me yesterday when I got back from a short vacation 4AD03102-2229-499D-8408-B23730B7CA80.jpeg

My small red rump

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Two slings arrived!
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(Since the second photo I’ve moved the sling to a different enclosure over anxiety over the holes haha)
 
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