yup, that is what mine did also(didn't make a burrow until it molted,but mine did eat up to that point)now i never see her,or my other 1 aswell.give it time it will,it's most likely getting ready to molt.I also have one of these. I got her a week ago and so far she is not interested in food ,and has yet to build a burrow.
She sure is pooping man that stuff is all over the lid ;with that kind of power you'd think they could fly
Thanks. The spider in that video is a juvenile and is around 3.5cm(~1.5"). Yeah, it's in one of those clear type vials.Very cool. How big is the spider and what's it in? Looks like a vial?
<Edit: I'm half evil
Thanks and No problem. The video quality really sucks when you upload stuff onto youtube, so I used photobucket.That was awesome! Loved the quality of the video to. Thanks for sharing
I don't know exactly, but it is said that Gorgyrella sp. have very strong venom, much stronger than a tarantulas. I don't have any report or anything to back this up, so hopefully someone with something can come by and shed some light.Hi!
How strong is a trapdoors venom in general? Can you compare it with some of the more venomous tarantulas like poecilotheria spp. or is it more dangerous? How does it affect you?
I´m thinkin about gettin an African one ( red trapdoor, gorgyrella spec. )
botar had some , not sure if he still does...not sure i should be answerng this thread tho its a tad old lolthe liny's?
not something you can just pop into a shop for but their have been hobbyists who get them from time to time.
i think Crotalus might have had a segmented spider before... but i could easily be misremembering. someone on the boards did, though