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  1. Oredhel

    Arboreal help

    Hello everyone! I want to begin with arboreal tarantulas and rn i can buy either an Avicularia aurantiaca or Heteroscodra maculata slings. I've found some info and videos about de H maculata but i have no idea about that Avicularia. I'm a beginner so i'm not sure about gettin an OW but that...
  2. Luckyrab61t

    Critter Keeper for Arboreal Tarantula?

    I currently have a one-inch Tapinauchenius Violaceus (purple tree spider) sling that I want to move into a bigger home. But the only enclosure I have readily available is a critter keeper that is 5" W, 8" L, and 6" T. Is there a way for me to set up the cage for an arboreal spider? It would...
  3. C versicolor

    C versicolor

    Pretty baby
  4. Arlo

    Arboreal tarantulas' owners: I need your help!

    Hey, folks! My husband and I love our two girls so much that we are ready to get another one ("I don't want a tarantula," he said, "we might as well get a pet rock," he said). So far we've got a T. Albo and a Grammostola Pulchra—I think it's time for us to start venturing into the world of...
  5. C versicolor

    C versicolor

    Lil' blueberry
  6. Psalmopoeus cambridgei

    Psalmopoeus cambridgei

    This is my second try with this specie, and she has grown so much. She's almost as big as my victori <3
  7. J

    What size enclosure for arboreal

    Hi there I’m looking to purchase a P. Cambridgei juvenile (5cm) next month and the enclosures I’m looking at the sizes are the following: 10x10x15 CM 15x15x20 CM 20x20x30 CM Obviously the last one is too big but between the top 2 which one is best suited? Thanks
  8. Psalmopoeus cambridgei AF having a snack

    Psalmopoeus cambridgei AF having a snack

    And they laughed, and they laughed and she ate them
  9. Cor

    A random Amazon purchase/enclosure experiment

    First off, a warning: these pictures are most likely not OCD friendly. I did a little rush job/half-a**ed drill job on this thing, so the holes are neither straight, evenly spaced, or super clean looking. Also, one side has less holes than the other side. Also, one of the fake plants keeps...
  10. Y diversipes juvenile, flexing

    Y diversipes juvenile, flexing

    Ybyrapora diversipes, used to be Avicularia diversipes, out and about for a walk. Sad to know these colors will fade as it matures but that's life.
  11. C versicolor female and her golf ball

    C versicolor female and her golf ball

    Sac spotted 10/10/2021. Feeling cute, might pull today.
  12. Cyriopagopus sp. Hati Hati

    Cyriopagopus sp. Hati Hati

    Adult female out after a molt, and rehouse
  13. Avicularia avicularia morphotype 6

    Avicularia avicularia morphotype 6

    She just molted and ate yesterday for the first time.
  14. Caribena versicolor

    Caribena versicolor

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    Can you see me? :)
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    Poecilotheria regalis dropped her sac today. :) I kept the male in the tank with her the entire time. Never took him our. He continued to make sperm webs in the large terrestrial tank. 30 days and I'm gonna pull it. Wish me luck! :)
  17. Psalmopeus cambridgei female

    Psalmopeus cambridgei female

    Exploring her new home
  18. C versi hanging out after rehousing

    C versi hanging out after rehousing

  19. octanejunkie

    P. gigas #1

    Not what I was hoping for...
  20. "Mikey" having a roach slurpee

    "Mikey" having a roach slurpee

    Juvenile Avicularia avicularia almost ready for a rehouse