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Here she is! I picked her up on Monday and she is so so so tiny, which I definitely wasn't expecting. I'll have to wait a couple moults before moving her into the exoterra enclosure I bought.
I can't wait for her to grow and turn black
I bought my very first T. (Shelob, a Tliltocatl Albopilosus) at an expo back in September and, after falling in love with her, I decided to purchase a Grammostola Pulchra (Which I will obviously name Ungoliant lol). I have already paid for a 2" confirmed female and will be...
So ever since I got my grammastola pulchra as a 1/4 inch sling, she's raises her abdomen high up and down and up and down every time she walks. She's an inch large now and still does it. It kinda looks like she's dancing whenever she walks. She doesn't do it all the time, only when she walks and...
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.
I am searching for a confirmed female G. pulchra of any size, my adorable little sling unfortunately turned out to be male on his last molt, and this is a species I want to keep for a long time.
Let me know what you have available!
So, this is my first tarantula, I've had him for 3 years and found out through online researching that his last molt was his "adult" molt and he's a mature tarantula now (my little boy's grown up *tears welling*) in the excitement, I also discovered that he really only has another year to year...