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mrsoul1974

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Hello everyone! I'm new to the board. I have a GBB tarantula. I got it from Fear Not Tarantulas.com a little over a month ago, and it just molted last week! It's about 1.5" now. This if my first T in quite some time. I had a Pink-Toed about 20+ years ago, and I had a Carolina Wolf spider that I rescued from a grizzly-death-by-warehouse employee a few years back. So, I'm not new to keeping spiders, just probably not as experienced as most of you guys here. I've never had a sling before, so I decided to go for the GBB. Looking forward to sharing photos and videos as it grows and feeds! I've done a lot of research on the GBB species, and it looks like things are all good seeing as how the molt went well, but I always appreciate any advice from GBB keepers as well as the rest of the T keepers here! Thanks for taking the time to read my introductory post!
 

Enn49

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Hello and welcome back to the hobby :).
Feel free to ask any questions you have, there are lots of very experienced keeper her who are always ready to help.
 

PanzoN88

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Hello everyone! I'm new to the board. I have a GBB tarantula. I got it from Fear Not Tarantulas.com a little over a month ago, and it just molted last week! It's about 1.5" now. This if my first T in quite some time. I had a Pink-Toed about 20+ years ago, and I had a Carolina Wolf spider that I rescued from a grizzly-death-by-warehouse employee a few years back. So, I'm not new to keeping spiders, just probably not as experienced as most of you guys here. I've never had a sling before, so I decided to go for the GBB. Looking forward to sharing photos and videos as it grows and feeds! I've done a lot of research on the GBB species, and it looks like things are all good seeing as how the molt went well, but I always appreciate any advice from GBB keepers as well as the rest of the T keepers here! Thanks for taking the time to read my introductory post!
Welcome to the hobby and forum, feel free to ask as many questions as you wish.
 

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