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Today has been the 3rd week that my T skipped feeding. She hasn't eaten anything yet and Im assuming its Pre-molt behavior. I googled How long they can last without eating and it said 3 months, So I shouldn't worry much. She did spun a bit of web but its nothing crazy she moves around here and...
Hey guys, I just got a new pink toe a couple days ago. I just noticed the T to be curling up one leg like a death curl but no other legs do this. When I lift the lid the T goes back into a normal stance. Is it just chilling like that or should I be worried? It hasn’t eaten yet but im guessing...
I am new to owning a tarantula. I have a medium size pinktoe.
I bought some small crickets and I put one in the enclosure. Not long after I noticed it had the cricket in it's mouth.
About ten minutes later the cricket was gone and I couldn't see it in the enclosure.
My question, (I couldn't...
Hi, im still fairly new with tarantulas and this is my first molting experience and im a little worried my t isnt okay.
My pink toe started her webbing sept. 12
and completely shedded her old exoskeloton Nov. 3
but still hasnt come out of her cocoon... is this okay?
She's been in her web...
We have 15 tarantulas currently - but don't have photos of them all to hand.
So here are a few of them:
Ronnie the N. Coloratovillosus
Fly the C. Cyaneopubescens
Jellybean the C.Versicolor
Mr T the B. Albopilosum (our first T!)
So I just got a pinktoe tarantula, and I've heard that the fact sheets online can't be trusted. I know it's arboreal, and I've got a good cage, but I'm not quite sure how hot or humid it should be in there. I've just been spraying anyway. Any advice? Thanks!
I bought this (young) spider at a pet store about a month ago. While it clearly seems to be a pink toe, I do not believe that it is an Avicularia Avicularia (as I was told) primarily due to the stripes on its back. (Ref. picture)
I did some research and concluded it might be an...
Hi! I just signed up for tarantula forums, and I have five tarantulas currently (a. chalcodes, a. seemani, b. vagans, l. parahybana, and n. chromatus). I am looking into breeding tarantulas, and am researching everything possible for a successful pairing of avicularia avicularia (guyana pink...