- Aug 28, 2007
Hey folks! Finally back after stepping away from the hobby for about 7 years, and I picked up two T's in the past couple months. I've always wanted a P. regalis, and I found one at a show over the weekend for a great price. This is a 2" specimen, and I have never had an arboreal T before. I have plenty of stuff to be used as anchor points, a small water dish that is a sea shell, and the vial that he came in. Right now he refuses to leave, I'm planning on getting that out of there, but I'm not about to try to pick a fight. A cricket fell in, and he ate it down fast, so I get the feeling he is comfortable. The substrate is a little moist, but not overly so, and there are vent holes running all the way around. Should I add more besides the single row? What are your thoughts, Arachnoboards? I have to say, it is so great to be back!
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