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I haven't been on this site in a while, but I'm so tired of missing my girl like crazy. I raised her from "infancy," and I lost her a couple
Got a couple nice shots of underside
In the process of choosing my 3rd T, and this time I want to get a tree spider. I will be getting a sling as I don't have a lot of money right now.
I've never bred any tarantulas before and I'm planning on breeding my female g. pulchripes as my first project. I was wondering how large she should be
The easiest thing to do like mentioned before is get a rabbit!
Moist substrate on 1/2 will be fine. With this method the spider will reside on which ever side is needed. When you do decide to feed it pre-kill the
Here's an updated picture of mine. It's the same one pictured earlier in this thread burrowed in the vial. Glad to see some color!
I use "HHR" "High Humidity Required" for my swampers.
Greens and browns. A few have greenish carapaces. I think what the OP was referring to was grass green tarantulas, head and legs, like some crab spiders,
Best advice regarding venom: Use forceps/tweezers and keep your fingers from where they don't belong.