H.gigas out and about!

Mojo Jojo

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That guy is too skinny to be such an evil T. Throw that guy a mouse! :D

Big Dragonfly
 

petitegreeneyes

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You know you are right. As soon as my sisters mouse has her babies I am going to have to give one to her. Her abdomen is a little smaller than I would like.
 

JacenBeers

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Yeah, either that spider is rally dehydrated or it just needs a good pinkie or two.
 

Alonso99

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Abdomen size is not the best way to tell dehydration, that T is probably really thin. When I had a gigas it would lose weight quick
 
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Arachnopuppy

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When I first looked that the first post, I thought to myself, "this guy is crazy. It is an A. seemanni, not an H. gigas." Hehehe. But ya. Throw in some thing for the love of tarantulas. It is way too skinny.
 

LaRiz

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Nice pics. I have a P. rufilata female that's skinny like the H. gigas pictured. I don't really worry about skinny abdomens, 'cause this is probably what they look like in bush, but my roofie is worrying me.
john
 

petitegreeneyes

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Well if it helps any, she did just molt about two weeks ago. I have so many T's that are really hearty eaters but this one just isn't as big as an eater as I thought she would have been.

Hey John, what's wrong with the rufiliata? It isn't the one expecting is it?
 
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