- Aug 7, 2002
We can hardly wait for more man, bust out that video camera! ;P
my adult female regalis will regularly take and eat rat pups. as a matter of fact she got so big she could not fit back in her cork bark tube until about four or five days after she ate.Originally posted by invertepet
Yes, but I prefer to play it a little safer than that... I don't think they're as 'used' to, or oriented to, that kind of prey as T. blondi. Maybe a big roach?
aye......just made me think of something......how about a nestling of some type for the regalis? they sell baby chickens, quail, etc. at a local feed store....Originally posted by invertepet
More videos are on the way... I have one of my H. venatoria (Huntsman spider) eating a cricket -- not super-exciting, but interesting.
As for a rat pup w/ regalis, that's more doable than a full grown mouse, IMHO -- less chance of biting. The blondi, I know is 'programmed' for eating rodents like that. P. regalis is more oriented to stuff in the trees.
A Finch is a small bird.Originally posted by Rookie
A finch is a small lizard of sorts, right?
Take pics!!Originally posted by Vys
..regarding Huntsmen, are some of them aggressive?
They're all in this old wretched house I'm residing in, (they look like huntsmen...) but these things are aggressive. Annoy them with something and they'll pounce and bite down..I wonder what they could be. As for videos..Poke and finch! pokie and finch!!