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  1. martiannova

    Costa Rican Zebra enclosure

    Buckeye, our affectionately and poorly named A. Seemani got her permanent upgrade today. It's somewhat western themed, because even though we're planning on adding a red knee and an arizona blond i couldnt wait to do a western theme haha
  2. martiannova

    Favorite Arboreal t's?

    I have a fairly large exo terra that I had originally purchased for my pokie, but since she's got a ways to grow I think I'd rather put another t in it! So my question is what are your favorite arboreal species and why? Preferably mid level keeping...
  3. martiannova

    Finally got a pokie!!

    I took the plunge today and got a p. vittata, mostly by chance. I wasn’t planning on getting one for a while ( I was actually looking for a sun tiger on the rec of some more experienced keepers) when I found a 2" vittata for less than 80 at a reptile show, and I couldn’t say no (they’re banning...
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    WTH is my T doing?

    Hey all, I would post a pic but its not working, but my MM has been webbing all day, and then he slipped under his webbing, flipped upsidedown and wiggled, then came back out and webbed some more? I dont think hes making sperm webs, but it was definitely terrifying. Sort of like the stomach...
  5. martiannova

    Grammostola Pulchra MM

    Hi, I'm looking to pair my MM g pulchra, hopefully with an experienced hobbyist. He's been paired once before I owned him, he matured about a year ago. I'm looking for model contracts, general advice (what if he gets eaten), etc.
  6. martiannova

    Moving on from beginner species?

    I've only dabbled in terrestrials so far, and typically only new worlds on the "easy" list (curly hairs, golden knees, etc). When do you know you're ready for the jump into intermediate or more "dangerous" tarantulas? I eventually want ornamental breeds, but after reading an entire thread about...
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    Wild feeding?

    I had a question about varying tarantula diets. Ive heard some people will catch wild insects to feed to their t's as a means of increasing diet variety. Is this a good idea? My T's live off a staple of dubias, with crickets and mealworms sprinkled in now and then. Should I be doing more to vary...
  8. martiannova

    New T Hobbyist :)!

    Hello! I'm a recent tarantula enthusiast from Fort Collins. I currently share a curly hair (Hemlock) and own a costa rican zebra (Buckeye). We also had a sling but lost her to dehydratyion, we believe. Any humidity/enclosure tips or links are really appreciated! I eventually want a mexican red...
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