I just got several dwarf species (Cyriocosmus and Hapalopus), and had no idea they were so fast. They remind me of Lycosids in shape and speed. I took
When I was new(ish) to the hobby, I bought a pretty orange T labeled "Chilobrachys andersoni" or "Burmese Mustard Tarantula". He is
Hey, I have a 12x12x18 tank and have a centipede. I have searched to see if I could find information about this and I did...one thread. I read it and
HI everyone! It's been awhile since i've been on here. I have a small dilema. My AF N. coloratovillosus molted a couple weeks ago and her fangs got stuck.
I can't for the life of me figure out why my GBB juvie sticks to this strange webbing cycle:
- After every molt, as soon as it hardens
Had the same problem with a P. regalis. A person that knew I kept tarantulas give her to me after a horrible molt. Just mash up some crickets/mealworms
I will assume not many keep these, as the C. fimbriatus are way more colorful than the "simply brownish" C. andersoni. It is, however, to my
Mine is skittish at time, but has calmed down quite some. Unless spooked, the T just sits there like any other.
Mine is usually just a pet hole.
You could try, 14 days is usually what I aim for with my adults - if they turn it down I give it another week and try again.
Simple rehouse, as suspected: