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  1. Frogdaddy

    New but super Into them.

    Welcome Noah.
  2. Frogdaddy

    Well it's about time...

    Awesome! Just hit me up anytime.
  3. Frogdaddy

    Well it's about time...

    Thank you very much, glad to be here.
  4. Frogdaddy

    Well it's about time...

    Thank you.
  5. Frogdaddy

    Well it's about time...

    Thank you
  6. Frogdaddy

    Well it's about time...

    A pleasure to meet you as well.
  7. Frogdaddy

    Well it's about time...

    I guess after over a year and 22 posts I should finally introduce myself. Some of you may know me from the other forum. I'm Jon. Due to the whole Covid thing I'm currently stuck in West Virginia, the armpit of the free world. I've been into exotics since forever, but I've only been keeping T's...
  8. Frogdaddy

    Who's molted today

    Pterinopelma sazimai
  9. Frogdaddy

    My little Lucy girl reappeared! But she seems sickly... :(

    Well all I can see is some legs but it's good she moved out of the jar and into her enclosure. I agree you should take that half log and stand it upright. Perhaps in the corner with some of the plastic plant near it/over it. It will.give her a nice secure place to call home. She will settle down...
  10. Frogdaddy

    My little Lucy girl reappeared! But she seems sickly... :(

    I'm here to discuss T's. Don't give two craps about your phoney man in the sky. T's and religion don't mix #ignorebutton
  11. Frogdaddy

    What type of Goliath birdeater is this? Shes in premolt

    There is no humidity requirement for any species of T.
  12. Frogdaddy

    What type of Goliath birdeater is this? Shes in premolt

    Exactly what I was thinking. Enclosure is set up for a terrestrial T. blondi, not an arboreal P. cambridgei.
  13. Frogdaddy

    What type of Goliath birdeater is this? Shes in premolt

    Who else wants to see the set up for this specimen?
  14. Frogdaddy

    My little Lucy girl reappeared! But she seems sickly... :(

    @spidysoph no problem, I'm glad to help. I agree with @ilovebrachys it sounds like your T is just grooming or preening. They are just cleaning themselves. Much like you see a bird running it's beak through it's feathers or a cat licking it's paw and running it through their fur, it's totally...
  15. Frogdaddy

    My little Lucy girl reappeared! But she seems sickly... :(

    She's more than likely very dehydrated. Make sure there is fresh water available. Maybe add a second water dish. I wouldn't attempt to feed her for a couple of days. Dehydrated T's generally aren't good eaters anyway. Make sure she can rehydrate over a couple of days then attempt to feed her...
  16. Frogdaddy

    Who's molted today

    Grammostola iheringi on Friday. Nhandu tripepii today.
  17. Frogdaddy

    US WARNING HYBRIDS

    Beware of Jose, user name Tarantula155 on AB. He is actively boasting and posting photos of his attempts to hybridize T. vagans x B. albopilosus. as well as his cross between P, cambridgei x P. irmina. DO NOT buy sell or trade or you don't know what hybrid you'll get.
  18. Frogdaddy

    US Matt Padilla (The Spider Room)

    10/20/20 I placed an order with Matt for 12 spiders and I couldn't be more pleased. Matt has a wide variety of stock at good prices. Communication with Matt was prompt and professional. Shipping was fast and all the spiders arrived well packed and healthy. I would recommend Matt and The Spider...
  19. Frogdaddy

    How can i know ?

    Buy 6 and you're guaranteed to get at least one male.
  20. Frogdaddy

    C. Versicolor sling feeding

    Fruit flies aren't necessarily bad, they just don't have a lot of nutritional value. They are mainly used for very small slings till they get big enough to take cricket parts or mealworm parts. Once at that stage switch them over to the insect parts and they should feed and grow readily.
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