Awww. she's beautiful, I especially like her eyes :razz:All nhandus r pretty similiar in general as far as care, i own a couple of females of each but only one nhandu tripepii Female, my nhandu carapoensis have never given me a threat display though most Nhandus would rather run then stay and fight. Remember there is always the exceptions lol! Nice pick up though Tripepii r my favorite in the nhandu genus here is a pic of my girl guarding her water bowl
Yip! ots Nhandu tripepii! im not good with common namesI'm pretty sure the names has been changed to nhandu tripepii.
They were labelled as Panama Giant Blondes ... can someone add comment on name change ??
but ithought it was brazilian blond! anyway, nice t!
Mine loves to eat she will eat 3 at one time if I let her at 3.5" and any time I dump water in her dish she is there to attack the water as it falls. Mine started off burrowing a little but now spends little time in the burrow I also keep mine a little on the humid side with a weekly misting and water dish overflow. This species seemsmore active then my other Nhandu she is my night watchman always making the rounds.Ahhhhhhhhhh,nice to see someone get one of these instead of a chromatus.Ours are quite defensive,but in a slow moving way. It is sort of creepy actually.They will sloooowly spin around into a threat,and then just sit there acting tough........Keep it a little on the humid side,provide enough sub for burrowing,and a large water dish and your set. Enjoy,IMHO this is the most attractive Nhandu out there,hands down.The hairs really are a pain,for me at least,but its worth the itch.
Danja, Nice new additions! Also some very pretty mature specimens posted by others. I predict you'll be very happy with the tripepii from now on.So here's the tiny, tiny little vulpinus (tripeii ?) "Delphi"
and the Nhandu collotaravillosum "Akita"