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Very beautiful Stirmi!!!!! I believe mine is at least 6inches and have had mine for close to two months. He’s in a 7x7x11 enclosure I ordered from Jaime’s Tarantulas which has mainly 3 inches of substrate with exception of the corners it’s closer to 4in due to the cross ventilation.
I have him in a 7x7x11 enclosure from Jaime’s Tarantula. I’m guessing he’s at least 6inches, when would be a good time to transfer to a larger enclosure? Also, how many Isopods or springtails would you add? The substrate is mainly all organic coco fibre with a tiny amount of vermiculite.
While writing this post I heard a tumble sound, he’s been more active and standing up any advice? I imagine a larger enclosure would help but wondering about the climbing anyone else experience that? I love this T so much
Have a very healthy eater! Curious if these little nodules are normal at the very rear of abdomen bottom area? Just noticed it today while videoing a feeding. Using my iPhone for this post if it’s too blurry let me know. Thanks
My grammastola pulchra molted for the first time on August 18th, hadn’t eaten in over a month. Moved to new enclosure last night. I’m wondering if it’s too soon for a mealworm?
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Thanks :). Literally just experimenting with some items I got for my new enclosure. I’m new to this and appreciate the feedback. My T hasn’t been housed in this, from what I’ve gathered this is too large of an enclosure.