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You dont know how happy I am to hear that! I just bought one from somebody yesterday & it ended up falling through and got refunded. My son was devastated. He is in love with this species (so am I) and we've been looking for one for a long time. I will definitely take it!
I recently bought a juvi T. stirmi and have done some research since then about the blondi and stirmi. My advice to you is to try to relax about her. Yes, they have more husbandry needs than a bracyphelma or Grammastola, but as long as you wet down her substrate enough for it to perforate once a...
I just started collecting about 7 months ago and have watched many of his videos about husbandry. He has helped me tremendously! Anyway, I'd love to see if he has a E. murinus, how do you order from, Tom? Does he have his own website?
Those are called horn worms, and yes, you can feed those as a treat. All of my Ts love them (except for my slings, I dont give them horn worms) and they're great to use if a T needs some extra plumping up as well. I just make sure I get a variety of sizes.