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G. Grasso sexed pair

Phobik1

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Newbie to Ts here. My last T was a Pulchripes female that died molting bout a year ago.

Jamies Tarantulas has some young adult Grasso and i coulnt resist. Sooo expensive. Cant wait for them to ship. Still dont know when they will come.

Any pointers or info on keeping would be great.
 

PanzoN88

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Newbie to Ts here. My last T was a Pulchripes female that died molting bout a year ago.

Jamies Tarantulas has some young adult Grasso and i coulnt resist. Sooo expensive. Cant wait for them to ship. Still dont know when they will come.

Any pointers or info on keeping would be great.
Are you talking about G. grossa? If they are the suspect males on her website, they are most certainly not adult. Size wise they are bigger than G. pulchripes in my opinion. I have a G. grossa myself (suspect female), I raise mine the same way I do my other grammostolas. Deep, dry substrate and a water dish. My specimen is mellow. They are great eaters for the most part, but some can be a bit picky about when they eat.
 

Phobik1

New Member
Are you talking about G. grossa? If they are the suspect males on her website, they are most certainly not adult. Size wise they are bigger than G. pulchripes in my opinion. I have a G. grossa myself (suspect female), I raise mine the same way I do my other grammostolas. Deep, dry substrate and a water dish. My specimen is mellow. They are great eaters for the most part, but some can be a bit picky about when they eat.
Yes. G. Grossa. They are both a bit on the small side. I got a female and a suspect male. They look great. Cant help but be excited about it.
 

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