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      T Blondi - sacs

      personal , I live in Brazil and my Theraposa Blondi just weave ooteca ( 25/07 ) the temperature of the terrarium
      It is 24 degrees celcius and 95 % humidity .
      Some advice?
      I hope as many days to take the egg sacs of the mother ?

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      Everything sounds good labreubrazil! I have bred blondi and stirmi and I leave the sac with the mother and I lost only sling, they are now young adults. If you pull the sac (take it from her) many of the slings will die because some were meant to be food for the stronger ones in the sac. I had a large sac look to be over 100 but when she opened the sac there were 46. 45 are now 5-7".Hope this helps!
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      Quote Originally Posted by Ranchibi View Post
      Everything sounds good labreubrazil! I have bred blondi and stirmi and I leave the sac with the mother and I lost only sling, they are now young adults. If you pull the sac (take it from her) many of the slings will die because some were meant to be food for the stronger ones in the sac. I had a large sac look to be over 100 but when she opened the sac there were 46. 45 are now 5-7".Hope this helps!


      Hello , Thanks for your help .... I understand the part leaving the bag with the mother , okay .
      But what temperature should I keep the terrarium ? and humidity ?
      There are too many cases and the mother eat the egg sacs or fungi.
      Is there anything I can do to prevent ?

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      to complement today 's temperature is 22.5 degrees celcius and humidity at 95 %

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      Hello labreubrazil, and welcome!

      congratulations on the new sac! That is awesome!

      Ranchibi's advice is sound, and I don't have any experience breeding Theraphosas like he does, but I will say that you need to avoid disturbing mom as much as possible.

      In many cases, a tarantula will eat the sac if they are disturbed. There are other reasons they will do that, but disturbing them is one of them.

      So avoid shining lights in on her, or moving the cage. Keep noise to a minimum. IF you feed her (I personally wouldn't attempt it), be VERY careful to do it as quietly as possible

      Some tarantulas are more tolerant than others, but you don't want to disturb her.

      Hope this helps.


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      Quote Originally Posted by ManlyMan7 View Post
      Hello labreubrazil, and welcome!

      congratulations on the new sac! That is awesome!

      Ranchibi's advice is sound, and I don't have any experience breeding Theraphosas like he does, but I will say that you need to avoid disturbing mom as much as possible.

      In many cases, a tarantula will eat the sac if they are disturbed. There are other reasons they will do that, but disturbing them is one of them.

      So avoid shining lights in on her, or moving the cage. Keep noise to a minimum. IF you feed her (I personally wouldn't attempt it), be VERY careful to do it as quietly as possible

      Some tarantulas are more tolerant than others, but you don't want to disturb her.

      Hope this helps.




      thank you! I'm doing like you said.

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      You are doing great with her labreubrazil! I kept my female at around 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees fahrenheit) 80-90 percent humidity. As ManlyMan7 expressed above try your best not to disturb her except to add water to her bowl and to the substrate for humidity. She will eat after the slings have their first molt and the slings will also feed then.
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      N. chromatus 0.1.0, N. coloratovillosus 0.2.0
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      P. regalis 0.2.0, Chilobrachy sai yok 0.1.0, Gorgyrella sp. black Africa 0.1.0
      L. parahybana 0.1.0, L. striatipes 0.2.0, L. klugi 0.1.0, Pamphobeteus sp. Santo Domingo 0.1.0
      Acanthogonatus pi ss ii 0.2.0, Acanthogonatus francki 0.2.0, 1-Linothele fallax 0.1.0, A. vilches 0.1.0, Diplura sp. Sanguinea 1/2"

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      Quote Originally Posted by Ranchibi View Post
      You are doing great with her labreubrazil! I kept my female at around 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees fahrenheit) 80-90 percent humidity. As ManlyMan7 expressed above try your best not to disturb her except to add water to her bowl and to the substrate for humidity. She will eat after the slings have their first molt and the slings will also feed then.


      in Brazil , no one could play the blondi , who tried with humidity of 80 % over the sniffling ooteca , I'm planning on keeping 25 degrees with 70% humidity .... what do you think ?

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      I know that the breeders in the UK have decent success getting blondi sacs to hatch keeping them warm (30-33 degrees Celsius) and high humidity (80-90 percent) where there is condensation on the sides of her tank at all times. This species needs very specific husbandry requirements in order to get a successful sac. T. blondi's main diet in the wild are frogs and toads...if your were able to give her frogs as her main diet it would increase the sacs success rate. It is not set in stone but helps.
      T. stirmi 0.3.18, T. apophysis 6.5" 0.1.0
      N. chromatus 0.1.0, N. coloratovillosus 0.2.0
      G. pulchripes 0.1.0, A. geniculata 0.2.0
      P. regalis 0.2.0, Chilobrachy sai yok 0.1.0, Gorgyrella sp. black Africa 0.1.0
      L. parahybana 0.1.0, L. striatipes 0.2.0, L. klugi 0.1.0, Pamphobeteus sp. Santo Domingo 0.1.0
      Acanthogonatus pi ss ii 0.2.0, Acanthogonatus francki 0.2.0, 1-Linothele fallax 0.1.0, A. vilches 0.1.0, Diplura sp. Sanguinea 1/2"

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