They actually had just got in and fed it one cricket, I snatched it up two days after it came in, and they were closed one of the days, so the supplier had overfed it.Lol yea I was thinking that myself. Probably a result of standard pet store feeding regimes. Way too many or way too few. That little lady was clearly fed by a generous employee.
You will find that it is a very friendly T. All of our Paraphysa and Euthalus Dwarfs are super chill but like to move around a lot. IMO a great handling species.
I had originally thought this also, but it's only ~2", so I don't think it's fully grown.yeah really looks gravid
Maybe, it just ate two days ago though, so IDKIn the 3rd pic it almost looks like a hint of premolt.
I'm just wondering...do you actually read other people's posts?It's between 2.25" and 2.5", but it's SO small. Is it fully grown?
I had originally thought this also, but it's only ~2", so I don't think it's fully grown.
Paraphysa sp "Chilean Tiger"
I have a number myself. Great little dwarf species.
So, in case you missed it, yes, that spider of yours is most likely fully grown, or at least at a breedable size.There is very little info on them but from what I understand they max out at around 2.5 inches which makes sense since one of ours just molted with no change her size. We have another five Paraphysa dwarf species what are all around the same size.