My new a geniculata seems to have molted but the carapace is still attached. She's deep in her burrow so I'm not sure what to do... Not sure if she's
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This review is about a week over due and with all my goings-on during the past week somehow overlooked it.
My male P. regalis is about the size of my hand now. He can still fit inside the mini tree stump inside the enclosure and hasn't really made a new home
I am a new T owner, I bought my first 3/4" chaco golden knee sling last Saturday. I fed him/her a cricket smaller than her last night and she took
Is 71/72 too cold for 1/2" M. balfouri slings at night? Temp goes up to about 75-76 during the day.
If it were me, if she is out of her burrow, I would see if it simply lifts off with a tweezers. If there is any resistance, I would lightly mist her
In the summertime here i catch butterflies, moths, flies, anything with wings on it, and my treeliving T´s love them, makes great snacks.
Yeah, I've seen the toppled over threat pose, but to me that's an obvious threat and not an attempt to play dead by any stretch. I'll assume that's what
ive tried that "art" plenty of times with all m Ts. still never works for me. the only one that will eat a freshly dead cricket is my new B.
i cant see whats left on the carapace from that pic. i deffinately wouldnt try to pick it off if its stuck stuck you could rip her carapace by tugging
I have a completely horrifying story that is only funny when I think of how ridiculous I must have looked through the whole thing. I would like to preface