- Oct 21, 2020
When I add more holes tonight I’ll do mid and sub holes. I’ll make a template as well, great ideas!
Lighten up the foliage a bit. The T should be able to move freely and also not impede your ability to get in there if needed. You should have enough to provide shelter but not so much you need to order a manscape trimmer, and if you have one now is the time to use it.Do you guys think it would be better if i took out a bit of the foliage? I know they like to web up quite a bit, so I was thinking of taking out some leaves so there's a bit more open space up top. Just wanted your thoughts on it first. @Craig73 i need your wisdom here oh avic lord supreme lol.
I would like a communal of them at some point so I think I’m going to wait on that until I go for the “pack” hahaI think a m. Balfouri would be a good ow species to start with.
That's funny! The sassy pants mood is so funny to watch. We plan on ordering a G pulchra and it comes with a free T albo. Everyone recommended the albo since they seem to all have such silly attitudes. I'm down for that!I have a GBB and she is definetly the most OW one i have. When i rehoused her she got super defensive, gave me threatpostures and slapped the straw and the catch cup. Lots of jumpscares. Obviously individuals behave differently but if you get one like mine, it'll definetly be atleast some kind of OW practice. However my favorite T is my Tliltocatl albopilosus (ex. Brachypelma albopilosum). She's really kind, a great builder and a good eater. Could definetly recommend, not for OW practice but just because they're rad!
That's awesome! I got mine as a freebie too, seems like people just have too many of them all around the world.We plan on ordering a G pulchra and it comes with a free T albo.
I don't have specific information about the A mooreae but i'm pretty certain that the only reason it is so sought after IS because it's rare in the hobby. From what i've seen this is just what always happens when a new species gets introduced into the hobby until people start really breeding them and they become widely available. But since you, like me, haven't been keeping T's for dozens of years they're all "new" and exciting (although take what i just said with a grain of salt because i don't actually know about that species).Also, side question, do you know what the main differences are (besides species obviously) between the Aphonopelma Mooreae and the GBB? I realize one is much "rarer" than the other, but how much do their personalities actually differ and why are the A Mooreae's so sought after?