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I've seen pics of tarantulas that purport to be P irminia x P cambridgi hybrids, guess the males somehow got mixed up.
They were actually nice looking tarantulas... but so were the parents!!
Generally this sort of thing is discouraged, especially for profit.
I tried and failed to restore a 1970 Cougar in my 20s because I ran out of money. I've searched for years to find one that wasn't a rolling disaster or a "ship in a bottle". It seems that they are either worth 55 cents or $55,000. I found, at last, a daily driver at a reasonable price that...
Any tarantula will be cautious when encountering a new object or a change to the enclosure. My pokies took about 3 it 4 days before they went inside iof the corkbark. It takes them some time to realize it's hollow.
May the odds be forever in your favor!! ;)
Those guys are more then I know how to handle. I'm at a loss to design or buy an escape proof cage with crystal clear visibility & these are known escape artists. Having said that, they are awesome.
Just fill the dish with lukewarm water so you don't cause stress or temperature shock. There's no need to stop filling the waterdish. If they want a shower, so what? Just make sure that the water doesn't bounce off the tarantula and gets into the dish.
My L klugi thinks everything is food. I...
Yes, you can still see your pokie if you provide a corkbark hide.
This is Morgana, my female P striata. Like my P vittata specimens, the females are less photosensitive then the males are. Of course, this could be a coincidence, but it's still an interesting pattern.
Here is a short video...
Don't worry about that. I have corkbark for all 4 of mine. I usually see one or two of them, sometimes all 4 every day, sometimes every other day. They hang out on the inside just below the top, typically with the feet hanging over.
They also tend to hang out on the back of the cage where I...
I looked at the specs for it and realized it would work.
I use these on all 4 of my pokie cages, which are all 8x8x12. I tested and carefully measured the temps inside and found that it works.
The mats warm one section at the back of the cages only. Sometimes they hang out there. Other times...
The screens are bonded with those, same with the ExoTerra cages. This means that where the wires cross over they are attached by a bonding agent that makes the screen one piece. Since the bonding agent fully covers where they cross over, there's physically no place for claws to hang up.