It can if your temperatures drop too low. If you're comfortable with the temperature in your home, so will your A. seemanni. Temps between the high 60s and the low 80s are generally the best temp zones, IME. Higher temps promote a more active metabolism and activity, while lower temps the opposite.Can my A see man I become cold. Also can someone show me a picture of a stressed A seemanni thanks
It's difficult to convey this information via a photo, because as a rule tarantulas don't move a whole lot.Can my A see man I become cold. Also can someone show me a picture of a stressed A seemanni thanks
I just got a Costa Rican zebra as my first T it did not want to eat the cricket I gave him. I tried to give him another one but he wouldn’t take it. He is stressed he only stays in a corner and won’t eat. Is this bad?
i purchased mine yesterday because it was the smales and i got it because it looks in a bad shape its abdomen is so small i wanted to give it a better place so it looks like thisYou spider doesn't very plump at first glance, so pre-molt can probably be ruled out and it might just be stressed form the relocation or it might have molted before you acquired it and not ready to eat yet. It looks fine at fist glance so I wouldn't worry too much unless you see the abdomen really shrink or it keeps staying in a ball o' legs mode.
However there are some changes you should make for the enclosure, to prevent future problems. First, remove the sponge from the water dish, it'll just collect all sorts of dirt, poop(from crickets and T both) and bacteria and can't be cleaned, it's just an infection hazard. Second, the hide looks translucent? While tarantulas don't have good eyesight, they do see light and it might not feel secure in it as a result. Third, while I am not familiar with A. seemanni requirements specifically, the mesh cover to your enclosure might be letting too much humidity escape. But that 3rd point also depends on your ambient humidity and someone more familiar with that species can probably give more accurate info there.
And whoops, just noticed that thread is a wee bit old even if Zebra's question is recent XD