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Recent content by Redacted

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    New T??

    Jamie's tarantulas is an excellent vendor AND she is nearby in California.
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    New T??

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    New T??

    They even seem curious.
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    New T??

    For beauty and overall docility, I'd go for Bracypelma emilia or Grammostola pulchripes or Grammostola sp. 'Concepcion'. If you're flush with cash- G. pulchra! Otherwise, I'd try Lasiodora parahybana or Acanthoscurria geniculata. Both big, striking, bulletproof, though I wouldn't personally...
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    Coconut substrate

    If it's been only a day or two, could just be getting settled. Much more beyond that and I would change the substrate.
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    My new B. vagans

    Very determined!
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    T logs

    So you have a useful system. Minimizes a lot of uncertainties and potential problems. New T owners often not aware if the advantages of keeping relevant records.
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    T logs

    In retrospect, knowing when and what size the T was when acquired would becuseful. Didn't need to when my collection was small, but it ballooned and I didn't change. However, slings that I've produced get dates of birth.
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    T logs

    I note where it came from, molt, mating, and egg sac and hatch dates only.
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    Welcome! What species is your T?
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    2 New Arrivals

    Never heard of them before. I'll do some homework. Like the color.
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    It's a sad day my H.Lividum has passed

    A good explanation. Sorry nonetheless.
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    The Agony of Defeat

    Beautiful T.
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    Please, please, please...

    I think I got it! Tarantula of the Month club!!!! Sign up for one year = 12 randomly-chosen Ts. Huh, huh?????