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When I first bought my spiders I took the advice that you guys gave me to the letter and I ended up with dead spiders. So forgive me if I'm not jumping over myself backwards to fallow your advice. Now, if you don't mind I'd like a "congratulations on your OBT being female". That's what this...
Well I didn't know what to do, I couldn't find the bolas and it started to smell in the enclosure, so I just changed out the substrate. Moss still makes good anchor points for webbing, or are you going to tell me that's not true as well? This enclosure is dry. I mist once a week maybe.
No, because the enclosure is dry again, and it's still building its dirt curtains. This enclosure is almost completely dry from yesterday. That's not even 16 hours from when I took this picture to now. Hypaecia also ate last night, which is good I think.
Because I'm trying to listen to my spider too. As well as other people who are also giving me advice as am going. A lot of these people live in my area and I've had them over to my house. I'm not going to keep doing what your suggesting if it doesn't appear to be working.
Now, we've been over this. I live in a desert climate, and I need to mist the enclosure every once in awhile, or my OBT just scrunches up and doesn't do anything. That includes eating. There's plenty of substrate for it to dig. Which should be good sense OBT's are actually fossorial. Now I'm...
Right, then after the plate there's a little foldy thing (looks like the top of your standard envelope but it's soft skin like the in between segments where two pieces of exoskeleton connect) Then the abdomen finishes off just slightly before connecting to the head?