Not a clue- but best guess is search the room at approximately eye- or-slightly-lower- level- that's where my spiders tend to hide when they pull a Fulsom prison break.Originally posted by Immortal_sin
hey Alex, or johns...or anyone?
I have a question..I was sent two large female N clavipes in the mail yesterday.
I thought they were near death, not moving much, really stressed out.
So I took the lids off the deli cups, misted them, and had to leave for an hour or so.
I came back and they have completely disappeared..I thought they would go UP...but NO!
any ideas of where they could be?
Originally posted by Immortal_sin
thanks Johns...and BTW...were those scissors, exacto knives, etc for me, or the spiders?!
WOW! now I don't feel so bad about having an unknown amount of hissers loose in my house (I had adults in a kritter keeper, they had babies and I did not realize until too late that baby hissers could get out through the ventilation slots in the keeper top). of course my wife would have to find one of the mad hissers while she was bagging up newspapers for the recycle bin (of all my inverts mad hissers are the ones she cannot stand)......I think they heard her scream in the next county when she saw the almost adult sized male hisser hiding in the newspapers. Holley, does your S.O. know about all the escapees?Yes, I now have 1 P regalis, 1 A avic, 1 C fasciatum, and 2 N clavipes loose in the house along with an untold amount of crickets, and just the other day, I found an adult hisser on the closet door LOL