Oh, a Brother from Utah! I hope that my heart will survive this angelic news!My P.muticus is my favorite tarantula in my collection.
Thanks, Those 2 large sticks in the middle go all the way to the bottom, attached to a large piece of flat slate. No way to go under or move.Looks good but I would be afraid that it might start digging under some of those sticks. If one were to fall onto her it may injure her pretty badly..
I have two female P.muts and they have coco fiber that is double there lengths (DLS) in depth a half round piece of cork where I wanted them to start a burrow a water dish and nothing else.
Oh cool no worries then!Thanks, Those 2 large sticks in the middle go all the way to the bottom, attached to a large piece of flat slate. No way to go under or move.
All the pieces on top are cork bark. Nice and safe.
I know the decor is for my benifit. If it looks nice my wife tolerates them being here.
My P.muticus is only about an inch and a half in size. I love its attitude, it is my only tarantula that gets defensive when I drop in a roach and goes to threat posture right away. When the roach gets too close, game over.Oh, a Brother from Utah! I hope that my heart will survive this angelic news!
Please help me to build the Church/Mosque/Synagogue/Temple/Bonfire of the Goddess 0.1 Pelinobius muticus PBUH (Peace Be Upon Her) in Utah, Brother.
That marvellous land kissed by God needs to be Evangelized about the Greatness of our Benign Mother, our Hissing Lady strong like Africa red earth but forgiving like a wise grandmother, and so forth
Please take care Brother. Praise the Goddess!