Unidentified Ornithoctoninae (No ID Requests)

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Arachnoemperor
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Thanks guys!
Tom he came very close to getting munched!The female chased him right out of the bin I was using.
-Chris
 

Larkin

Arachnosquire
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Dec 7, 2004
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Hi CandyFana,

is this an arboreal setup?

Regards,
Tomasz
 

CandyFana

Arachnopeon
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Mar 28, 2010
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Arboreal, but with 20 cm ground.

Til adult stage, she graved a whole but with a webtunnel like the one on the picture, but from the ground til the top of the three. She liked to stay all night on big three's leaves.. At the top of the terrarium. (arboral behavior)

Now she got a new terrarium (the one you see) already nearly one year and she did not grave anything.
There is a whole at the botton of the three (beside) and i put some turf in the three itself.
She made her place in the three with the webtunnel that comes to the front of the terrarium.
So she has 20 cm to grave, but she does not grave anymore now she is adult.

(of course, if you only give ground; she wont have any other choice than making a whole).
I always give the 2 possibilities, when i thing she could have arboral behavior.;)
 

VinceG

Arachnobaron
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Ornithoctoninae sp."Prison des abeilles"
(Newly molted female)
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Oh my god... you're so lucky! One of my favorite species, too bad they are not available in canada!

Anyway, really nice pictures and specimen!
 

Megan 03

Arachnopeon
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Oct 2, 2010
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O. aureotibialis

Mary-Jane got a little irritated when I was filling her water dish.
 

Protectyaaaneck

Arachnoking
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Exactly what David said, good luck man! I've got my fingers and my toes crossed for this one. :)
 
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