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Looks like the patience paid off. I guess they were just telling the truth and were very busy with orders over the Xmas period and unable to post due to the weather. Was nice of them to give a freebie to for the inconvenience. Good job you weren’t bad mouthing them or you’d probably feel abit...
Recently rehoused our c albostriatus. Only bout 1” but I do like the fossorial species. Very rarely see them but when you do it’s very satisfying.
Another species to look out for if you like the idea of fossorials is C Hainanus. (Formerly H Hainium). Very very pretty Ts.
I was unsure to start with which is why I asked . I only posted again cos I was able to get a better picture. Have been used to seeing the emboli fairly red so this is first Mm I’ve had that hasn’t been “obvious” just wanted someone to point it out to me for sure.
Grats on the new moult.
Just a heads up. Every time you start a new thread for a moult the moderators have to move it.
If you could add it as a reply to the other thread it would save them a job :)
It’s in the pinned threads on the general discussion (where you liked Nunuas picture of her H...
I wouldn’t say it’s stressed. Maybe close to a moult if laying a mat but the bulldozing of the enclosure and filling/flipping and just being an arse is a grammostola thing. It’s why I like them. Every Grammy I’ve had has a habit of digging down in a corner of the enclosure to the bottom then...
With dehydration being a cause of death for a T I think a keeper will be pretty silly to not include a water dish of some sort in an enclosure big enough to accommodate one
Doesn’t have to be anything fancy. Just a bottle top is fine and and completely free.