Apparently he has his mind made up that this is the new poop corner.
One thing I've learned in this hobby is never to assume...that a "docile" t will always be docile. Today I did some feeding, watering and housekeeping,
Does anyone know how this ruins enclosure was made? I found this picture online, I'd love to make something like it.
It is a bit early, but i really dont care, so in the hobby, where do you see yourselves heading?
It's amazing how different three sibling slings can be. My three 1/2" to 3/4" pulchra slings have quite different behaviors.
Get used to it, you're going to see a lot of that as you get more spiders. I use disposable soufflé cups, 1 oz and 3 oz, buy the by the sleeve from restaurant
They pick up on many things we don't notice. I notice my spiders climbing there enclosures before a storm that presents a lot of lightning not every storm
On rare occasion I've had several of my Ts behave like this. Most likely due to incoming weather front or something sending out vibrations that we humans
One thing people seemingly never seem to understand, is that despite the fact that it's a tarantula "only", these animals display sometimes
I've yet to keep an H.mac but my P.irminia ladies are a joy to keep! Beautiful, yet require quite some respect with their usually defensive behavior.