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    Thread: Cleaned A Avicularia enclosure today

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      Cleaned A Avicularia enclosure today

      For a small T, she sure poops a lot. Her terrarium plants are thriving. I have baby tears moss on half of the floor and pothos that has started to attach to the corkbark already. I had just put large clippings in a small necked bottle in there and the pothos did their thing. Does she look pre molt to you? I removed her for this cleaning as I wanted to go through the ground and make sure there weren't any dead crickets, pick out dead leaves, etc. Vanessa loves having live leaves to nestle in. She didn't like the soft silk ones I had provided. She always stayed in one spot on the glass. Not anymore. I love her. People think "it's just a spider", but y'all know better. Click image for larger version. 

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      Wow, very nice enclosure. She is a cutie for sure! Doesn't look premolt to me.

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      Ok. Thank you. She hadn't eaten the last two crickets I offered her. She's not thin, so I'm not going to worry. She's drinking and pooping and active, so I think all is well. She is the first T I got back into the hobby with and she means a lot to me.
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      Here's a good pic of Vanessa taken with flash

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      That is one spoiled pinktoe!
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      Gorgeous Spider!

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