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Recent content by Phototoxin

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    Underfeed vs overfeed

    Way too much sense from @octanejunkie !!
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    Frequency of Juve/Sling Moulting?

    Thank you both @octanejunkie & @timc for your advice. I'll refrain from feeding them until they start prowling about!
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    Any Ideas What Kind of Spider This Is?

    Reference for those who don't get it!
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    Frequency of Juve/Sling Moulting?

    OK cool, Is 1 medium cricket a week too much do you think? I let them settle when they arrived before feeding them. Then offered food twice once settled to make sure they weren't hungry and after that its pretty much 1/week (+a prekilled for the sling) and they've never refused.
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    Frequency of Juve/Sling Moulting?

    I have 3 G.pulchripes approx 5cm head/body length and 1 L.parahybana that is about 1cm overall. I've had them about 6 weeks so far and I'm just wondering what the interval for moulting ought to be. They are about 22-26C and get fed 1/week.
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    Paint!

    Maybe juvenile spiders huff paint when we don't look?
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    Any Ideas What Kind of Spider This Is?

    Arachnus Deathicus
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    Sling OBT in the tube

    Beautiful spood :D
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    Drown in The Water Dish

    Generally speaking the cuticle/outer skin is water repellant so it is almost impossible for them to drown in regular water. If the water had a surfactant like soap in it it could be a different story.
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    Doing it right? - G.pulchripes

    Thanks a million :-)
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    3 g.pulchripes and a free salmon pink sling

    3 g.pulchripes and a free salmon pink sling
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    Doing it right? - G.pulchripes

    Awesome, I will check it out!!
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    Doing it right? - G.pulchripes

    Whats heat tape?
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    Doing it right? - G.pulchripes

    Here are the pictures of the 3, one is outside, another self-entombed and the last hiding In terms if climbing space there is about 5 inches which I figure is ok as they are about 2.5 inches in overall length and will continue to grow.
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    Doing it right? - G.pulchripes

    Its packed enough, its not fluffy, but they can move it, #2 has blocked the entrance to her hide and dug an escape tunnel so I don't know if she's going into moult or anything. I will get pictures in a bit That's a pretty good setup. Right now I have a shelf on a bookshelf with 2 heatpads side...
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