- Aug 18, 2003
Jammer dat dit gebrabbel niet in het engels is. Nu kan de helft niet meelezen.
No, nel senso di lasciarla sempre piena, in genere quando un ragno va in premuta è l'unica cosa che tengo d'occhio :-s@Chris LXXIX I grilli penso che li abbia mangiati visto che gliene ho dati due e due volte ho trovato delle feci. Comunque sembra che stia per uscire visto che ha cominciato a scavare l'entrata. Riguardo la ciotolina come mai devo tenerla sempre d'occhio?
Sorry, we was/are talking about B.smithi basic care, basically
Das ist wahr. Ich kann auch nicht helfen, weil ich die Sprache nicht verstehen kann.
Така е. Не развирам ништо!
Non c'è un tempo stabilito, non si può quantificare. Non preoccuparti, comunque... loro sanno cosa fare :-s@Chris LXXIX Teoricamente quanto tempo rimane rintanata prima di fuoriuscire per mutare? Da qualche parte avevo letto 1-2 settimane circa.
Unless something has changed that I am unaware of, @Chris LXXIX is gone.@Chris LXXIX Dopo un mese ho trovato all'interno della tana (ancora "strappata") il ragno cresciuto con la pelle morta da un'altra parte, sembra che la muta sia stata un successo. Volevo sapere dopo quanto tempo posso tornare a dargli da mangiare.
Oh sorry, I didn't know it. However, I wanted to say that yesterday my B. smithi finally molted after being buried in his house for one month. She is still buried in her house and I wanted to know when I could restart feeding her.Unless something has changed that I am unaware of, @Chris LXXIX is gone.
If you Translate your inquiries to English we can assist you with the care of your B. hamorii
You want to wait until the fangs are black in color. Depending on the size of the Spider it could take a few days to two weeks. How big is the Spider (diagonal leg span)? You can use centimeters or inches, I'm versed in bothOh sorry, I didn't know it. However, I wanted to say that yesterday my B. smithi finally molted after being buried in his house for one month. She is still buried in her house and I wanted to know when I could restart feeding her.
If you can grab the exuviae (molt/skin) without injuring the tarantula, then go for it.However I want to know if I could pick up is old skin which is still inside its house, my friend wanted to watch it.
I can't see the fang color that well in these images, but if you are sure they are solid black, it's safe to feed. If you're unsure, I would wait a few more days just to be safe. (The tarantula will be fine even if you wait a few more days to feed it.)From what I've seen its fangs seem black. I want to know if I could feed it.
You should not have moved your spider like that so recently after a molt.@Ungoliant I've recovered the exuviae and during this process I've moved my T in another container temporanely. From what I've seen its fangs seem black. I want to know if I could feed it. View attachment 243764 View attachment 243765 View attachment 243766
The fangs are only white immediately after the molt. They soon begin to turn a ruddy brown color and finally darken to black. The larger the tarantula, the longer this process takes.@Ungoliant However It molted one week ago and I couldn't control its fangs at the time (it was still buried in his house). Normaly post-molt they should be white because they are still soft?
I think the size of the cricket is OK, but you may want to cut back to one a week if your tarantula's abdomen starts getting too plump.@Ungoliant Regarding the food, is it OK to feed a 5-6 cm diagonal legspan T with two 1.5-2 cm Acheta domesticus at week?