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I've been looking for a while for a T. stirmi sling or small juvenile, but I haven't had any luck. I don't usually like to buy long distance because I don't want the risk of shipping issues or the costs involved in overnight delivery. I wanted a Theraposa for the size factor, the higher...
I know how you feel. I've had two leg drops in my year+ experience. One was a stuck molt very recently and the other was very early on during a transfer.
I'd just say don't feel guilty. It's something that happens, and they will do just fine until the new one grows back.
Picked up another pamphobeteus sling this week. This time a feisty little P. machala. Had a tiny booty when I got it, but then took down a monster meal worm. Guess I'm gathering these little Christmas tree booties in time for the holidays.
I purchased a sling from an expo this weekend labeled P. insignis. I know the Pamphobeteus is a messy group from a classification point of view. Could someone educate me on the main differences between the Pamphobeteus sp "insignis" (Ecuador) vs. Pamphobeteus sp insignis (Columbia). Does anyone...
I'm looking to get a T. stirmi soon, but I really don't like the idea of keeping it in a bin. Does anyone have any suggestions for good alternatives to a sterilite bin that will actually display well?
Maybe it's a cop out, but I recommend against any beginner getting a tarantula species they don't actually like because it is labeled as a beginner. A species you're crazy about and interested in will always be better than a "stepping stone" imo.