Orange faced demon spider!!!!

G. Carnell

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yes :(
otherwise i would have taken the female home with me, i felt so guilty for some reason.......

i would have taken ALL the babies too :(
 

Ythier

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You could take also the female, she often die after birth of spiderlings (first meal :) ).
Cheers
 

JohnxII

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Looks like one of those two-eyed rubber spiders you can get in toy stores! Great pix!
 

Tony

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So what is it like to care for them? Are the babies difficult, do they need dry or humid. Casual inquiring mind wants to know!
Tony
 

G. Carnell

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Hi
mine so far are very easy to keep

i was keeping about 20 in a film pot, i gave them lots of food, 1 drop of water every 1-2 weeks, and they all grew very fat and moulted :)

IME(not much E) they seem very easy to keep

i put 5 in with some coco-fibre, and they have already hade little burrows out of silk, and there are termite and cricket bodies (empty) around the burrows
 

Tony

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How very , um , interesting !
Thanks
Tony
 

Tony

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Now wouldnt that be cool, to have babies available from time to time...
 

Peter_Parker

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Lol

Is it just me or does that look just a tad photoshopped? Maybe it's just my imagination.... :rolleyes:
 

Tony

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Peter_Parker said:
Is it just me or does that look just a tad photoshopped? Maybe it's just my imagination.... :rolleyes:
Perhaps you might want to check the link I posted up above to gogle images..
I guess those are photoshopped as well " :rolleyes: "
Tony
 

Cheshire

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tony said:
Now wouldnt that be cool, to have babies available from time to time...
From time to time?

How bout being able to get them as easy as an avic or rosy?

Hey...how did you do that arachno-pragmatarian thing?
 

G. Carnell

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Hi
ive been to corsica for 2 months every summer for the past 18 years (10 of them have been insect hunting) and this is the FIRST time i have ever even seen one of these; a good reason why they are a protected species maybe, if they are THAT rare, as ive found practically every other species (even the Nemesia Corsican mini Tarantulas)

here is the piece of wood i found her under:
 

Jaygnar

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Awesome!

That rivals the cuteness of anything I've yet to see on these boards. I want one! Maybe some day they'll be available in the hobby. :clap:
 

PERIKIN

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.....

last one is a male,he is 1/4 part of the female,very small in comparation with her.
regards!!
 

MysticKigh

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G. Carnell said:
WOW that last one is AMAZING!!!
Hear hear!! What a beauty... this is just making my claim to never have any 'spiders' other than T's more and more difficult to keep to
 
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