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Recent content by AceTRetreat

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    Must have Ts?

    I have a number of T's over the years ... but limited to one ... I'm going with the G. pulchra!
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    B. Smithi

    Looks to be a B. hamorii based on new taxonomy to me .. but I am not an expert :-)
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    Curly Hair question

    I hope your Curly is eating readily by now .. but if not ... mine love mealworms and small-medium Dubia roaches ... always eat!
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    New Tarantula

    Afternoon Therasoid -- Do you have a Paraphysa scrofa as in the one sold as such till recently but now due to classification is said to be a Euathlus species of some sort (single window patch) or the reclassified Phrixotrichus scrofa (two lateral patches)? Just curious as I have the former which...
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    Tarantula Breeder In Connecticut

    If I had to guess ... I would say he was representing Anastasia of Net Bug .. she is in CT I believe but don't know the town .. sorry. But .. they were suppose to be in White Plains on the 6th ... so good chance it was them :-)
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    New Tarantula

    I totally agree with Therasoid ... they are great little T's! I keep mine exactly the same way ... Sterilite plastic tub/container with dry substrate, small/shallow water dish, a hide (PVC pipe cut in half .. plastic half log .. lol), and some fake foliage .... eats great weekly and very easy...
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    Newbie T owner here

    Welcome to the hobby ... addiction is a prerequisite .. lol!! :-)
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    I breed my own ... but if you go on arachnoboards there are some recent post offering roaches...

    I breed my own ... but if you go on arachnoboards there are some recent post offering roaches very reasonably. Try breeding your own?
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    Am I paranoid, help confirm my T species

    Looks like all my Curly-Hairs .... but time will tell as it grows .. but I would say Curly at this time.
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    G.rosea, social or false pretence

    I have several (not my first T's though .. surprise) .... they are both fine to do cage maintenance around and deal with ... both can be held (if you are so inclined). Mine are both normal/gray color form if that makes a difference .. some say it does .. me not so sure.
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    Feeding my curly

    I feed mine Dubia Roaches ... whole if small enough .. or parts if too big along with parts of mealworms and superworms.
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    Warning!!!!! Warning!!!!

    That's great ... best of luck with them and enjoy!
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    How do you think they climb?

    Crested Geckos and others use tiny bristle like hairs called setae arranged in rows known as lamellae :-) I think that is van der Waals forces at work!
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    Bugs in Cyberspace

    Been a while since anyone has posted here about Peter .. but I have done business with him several times and he is top-notch with critters and supplies ... not lots of T's but true spiders and many other types of "bugs"! Do hot hesitate to contact him and do business with him .. you will be glad...
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