OK, tell me not to do this, I'm weakening...

jbm150

Arachnoprince
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Sorry about your little Pandora :( . He is in a nice 2.5 gallon tank with a screen cover. He has open space to roam, but not so big he can't find food. I think he is just lazy and waits for it to come to him. I can't tong feed him because he is all webbed up in his hole an no way to reach it. He's fine though, he just ate a bunch. :) Now it will probably be 4 months before I see him again.
Aww thanks Kathy. I just meant to lure him up to even see if he is alive or not. But thats good, sounds like you got what you needed.
 

GPulchra

Arachnoknight
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I have an idea. Get your T a Facebook account and then Facebook poke it! The T will be so urged to see who poked it that it'll have to leave its hole!
 

Pociemon

Arachnoangel
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That is what's keeping me from getting into Old World T's. There are some awesome-looking OW T's that I'd like to get....... the only problem is I don't really like the pet hole behavior.
Well it depends on the setup people give them. I keep them like terrestrial T´s, just with a deeper hide. I have many chinese haplopelma and i see them fairly often out in the open in late evenings, and also sometimes at day. i have had sacks with haplopelma schmidti, so they do accept other type of setups, and you can see them more. Still have the same attitude though.
 
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