- Aug 12, 2020
Interesting, I'll have to look more often. I admit, I'm on in spurts.....
i just started using a mix of vermiculite, eco earth, peat, and moss with a drainage layer at the bottom for bio active use.I use a mix of Reptisoil, forest moss, peat, and vermiculite, and charcoal. Drains good while retaining moisture excellently. I have had very very very, low instances of mold, but that's a crap shoot for sure.
I have never in my life seen a 10'' or 25cm legspan Theraphosa before. I need to see an actual measurement for me to believe that and also one that isn't stretched out like trying to pull a rubberband as far as it'll stretch.10inch blondi so far. All the female blondi about that size. Stirmi also about 10 inch. Biggest apophysis I would say is 9.5 atm.
I have a picture of a T stirmi that I think, if measured correctly, is about 25cm. Don't have permission from the owner of the pic so I'll PM you.I have never in my life seen a 10'' or 25cm legspan Theraphosa before. I need to see an actual measurement for me to believe that and also one that isn't stretched out like trying to pull a rubberband as far as it'll stretch.
hoping this one could be gravid .much much bigger 0.1 t blondiI've been keeping theraphosa blondi a while on/off and am interested in breeding behaviour e.g if they are gravid .as some I've paired (6wk ago)are huge.if anyone has any insight on these would be cool.last one i had molted out and was easy to see she was gravid .but on 12th week after first mating it was cool to see.this girl fattened up so hoping she gravid