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  1. When I purchased my first T, a sub-adult G....

    When I purchased my first T, a sub-adult G. porteri, I was under some odd and not thought out delusion that handling spiders would be a natural part of the hobby. I suppose that this mainly stems...
  2. Thread: Newb here

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    Newb addict? Yup, sounds like me. I'm constantly...

    Newb addict? Yup, sounds like me. I'm constantly asking questions on here as my collection slowly but surely grows >.>

    Welcome aboard! What kind of Ts do you have? =D
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    Back from the Midwest Reptile show!

    Back from Indianapolis, and man am I glad that I went. My favorite vendor was there, and she had so many Ts from my "must have" list. Wanted to bring them all home, but I settled on two of my...
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    One interesting discovery on my end that very...

    One interesting discovery on my end that very well may not be stridulation exactly, but figured I'd say it regardless.

    My Versicolor has turned out to be a fairly interesting spider; any time she...
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    *shrugs* He's got a sperm web not far from...

    *shrugs*

    He's got a sperm web not far from there. Made it on the side opposite from his sunbathing spot, stayed there for about 3 days, and then went back home.



    ....oh, and Spark forgave...
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    It's my pleasure to have you chime in any time...

    It's my pleasure to have you chime in any time that you like, Manly. Especially with insight of this nature.



    I actually already have a number of isopods in the enclosure, as I have since I...
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    Within an hour of misting the terrarium the mites...

    Within an hour of misting the terrarium the mites all retreated back to the moss. Looking around now, the entire terrarium looks barren, and I see no sign of them on my Versi. I saw a total of 3 of...
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    About 3" from chelicerae to spinnerettes. She...

    About 3" from chelicerae to spinnerettes. She just started displaying the beginnings of her adult coloration with her last molt.
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    Mites in A. versicolor terrarium

    Tonight I spritzed down my Versi's terrarium and I spotted a large number of tiny, orange/tan mites running around on the moss. I know as a fact that they are indeed mites as I took a few out and...
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    I'd love to, but it disappeared as mysteriously...

    I'd love to, but it disappeared as mysteriously as it appeared.

    Like I said: just a tiny thought, but this app is the absolute best regardless.
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    I've been using this app since shortly after I...

    I've been using this app since shortly after I picked up my first T, and I just wanted to say that it's absolutely amazing. The literal only thing that I wish it had is a glossary of icons, as I've...
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    Well, may as well keep this topic for updates...

    Well, may as well keep this topic for updates rather than continue to spam up the boards =P


    So let's start with my favorite G. porteri and first T; Penny!
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    @Gregery: :TCoffee: Woah! Thanks a ton for all...

    @Gregery: :TCoffee:

    Woah! Thanks a ton for all of that information! I never would have guessed that such an adaptation was actually available to so many Ts. Now I'm really curious as to why only...
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    Stridulation species

    So the main tarantulas that I'm aware of that stridulate are T. blondi, P. muticus, and the Australian "whistling tarantula". But my question is this; what other T's stridulate? And in particular;...
  15. Thread: The Lost Dubia

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    Yup, she hits crickets like a snake. She's a tiny...

    Yup, she hits crickets like a snake. She's a tiny little thing, but she hits so hard that it sounds like someone snapped their fingers =P
  16. Thread: The Lost Dubia

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    Problem is my Versi won't eat roaches. They're...

    Problem is my Versi won't eat roaches. They're too stationary for her to care about, so they just inch their way through her web and then take off like a shot when they're free. Can't even coax them...
  17. Thread: The Lost Dubia

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    Suggestions are always welcome, and I've since...

    Suggestions are always welcome, and I've since stopped doing that kind of thing entirely. I always end up encountering the missing prey items within a day or two. Heck, just today I found a Dubia...
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    =D ... *falls flat on face*

    =D

    ...


    *falls flat on face*
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    >_> *has an E. sp. red breeding dream, follows...

    >_>

    *has an E. sp. red breeding dream, follows silently*
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    Ventral sexing a sling via microscope.

    After doing quite a bit of reading on identifying a male/female T ventrally, and then reading about people who can take pocket microscopes and even identify slings successfully, I went out and...
  21. Thread: The Lost Dubia

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    It sure was helpful to me when I posted it. ...

    It sure was helpful to me when I posted it.

    ...and Penny still hasn't eaten to my knowledge <.<;
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    Sticky: Poll: I've been using coco fiber for my terrestrials,...

    I've been using coco fiber for my terrestrials, while my versi is on a mix of local dirt, topsoil, organic pine/fertilizer free potting soil, and a touch of coir. The plants seem to like it, though I...
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    Wow, it sounds like that's one determined spider,...

    Wow, it sounds like that's one determined spider, and a lot smarter than I would have thought too! I really look forward to seeing what happens with her o.o
  24. Thread: couple of pics

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    Wow, those really are some beautiful spiders. I...

    Wow, those really are some beautiful spiders. I absolutely love how your Hapalopus's abdomen is so large that it's in focus while the rest of her body is blurred. Almost looks 3D from that angle.
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    Huh, well that's good to know. Now hopefully...

    Huh, well that's good to know. Now hopefully he'll break his 84 day fast soon.
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