Cyriopagopus ssp. "Singapore blue" feeding pics

Austin S.

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This is the same female that had the bad molt before the last; bad fangs, etc. Here she is about 4 days later eating.
Excuse me for the bad pics, did not want to disturb her.



 

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That's great news Austin. How big is she now?

Something off topic: I always thought C. sp. "blue" were arboreals, but everytime I see pics of them they appear to be terrestrial or burrowers, even my little one prefers to stay closer to the ground.
 

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If You give spp. after the genus part of the name then You are saing " any from above " You shuld put sp. to say about sing blue
 

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If You give spp. after the genus part of the name then You are saing " any from above " You shuld put sp. to say about sing blue
Oh man, thats my bad. Thank you for correcting me!
 

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That's great news Austin. How big is she now?

Something off topic: I always thought C. sp. "blue" were arboreals, but everytime I see pics of them they appear to be terrestrial or burrowers, even my little one prefers to stay closer to the ground.
All of my lil 1"+ers love digging too. All 15 of them have yet to be arboreal. At a young age, (from everyone I have talked to, or read their post's) their blues have been semi-terr and becoming more arboreal as they grow. I don't know why either. You can't ever see the damn things when they are small! :wall: Unless you don't put in any substrate for it, which seems cruel to me.

The girl is pushing 3.5" now.
 

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i have about a 6" female. She burrowed under the log, but almost everynight ventures out and hangs out on her cork bark
 

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Nice pics, I can never catch my Cyriopagopus.sp out to get any good pix. I really want to see it because it just moulted earlier this week. I know that only because it put its moult in the center of its enclosure lol :?
 

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That's great news Austin. How big is she now?

Something off topic: I always thought C. sp. "blue" were arboreals, but everytime I see pics of them they appear to be terrestrial or burrowers, even my little one prefers to stay closer to the ground.
I have three Cyriopagopus schioedtei spiderlings, two of them spend all their time in spiral tunnels they've made going straight to the bottom of the substrate, third has a tent of webbing all over the top of the enclosure, and spends all it's time out on the side. So I guess it just comes down to the individual, I'll have to see how things change as they mature.
 

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I have three Cyriopagopus schioedtei spiderlings, two of them spend all their time in spiral tunnels they've made going straight to the bottom of the substrate, third has a tent of webbing all over the top of the enclosure, and spends all it's time out on the side. So I guess it just comes down to the individual, I'll have to see how things change as they mature.

Ya I was beginning to think it was based on individuals. I just hope mine is more visible as an adult, I can hardely see her(lets hope) now.
 

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yeah, i have a 6" female that spends most of its time under ground behind the log. But then at night I can sometimes find it out and about.
 
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