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  1. kayshuhveehill

    A. Hentzi and live plants

    I just acquired an a. hentzi last night from my parents' property in southern Colorado. Our local climate is very dry and arid (we've had 100°F + temps for the past week) and prairie/desert like. I'm curious if I could put a few live plants in the enclosure with it, to more closely mimic our...
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    Burrowing t. vagans

    I have a t. vagans that has dug a pretty extensive tunnel for herself, but I'm curious if anyone has ever had a burrowing spider that has caused their substrate to collapse on them inadvertently? I live in Colorado, USA (a very low-humidity state, and we have forced air running in our home and a...
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    A. Avic not eating

    Hi folks, I'm back to ask for some advice on feeding one of my newest Ts. I purchased two a. avics (Koriabo, whom I suspect is a female; and Makushi, whom I suspect is a male) on May 27, 2019. I promptly re-homed them two days later upon advice from several of you (thank you, by the way, for...
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    A. Avic housing

    I just purchased two a. avics that are approximately 2" - 2.5" and am wondering what size enclosure they should be in currently. I've included pics of their current set up, which I feel is too short. I believe they'd be much happier with a taller enclosure, considering how big they are. Also...
  5. kayshuhveehill

    Classroom pet

    Hi all! I am considering purchasing a tarantula for my classroom "pet." Before I go any further, I want to make it clear that my students will not be handling the tarantula in any way, shape, or form! I want to have the spider in our classroom for educational purposes, not for entertainment...
  6. kayshuhveehill

    Removing food

    Hi all! First time poster here. I have a T. vagans sling that I got back in November. It molted on Feb. 2 of this year, and I waited about 6 days before I fed it for the first time after the molt. Since that time, for about a month, I fed it regularly (about once every 4 or 5 days) and it would...
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