• Are you a Tarantula hobbyist? If so, we invite you to join our community! Once you join you'll be able to post messages, upload pictures of your pets and enclosures and chat with other Tarantula enthusiasts. Sign up today!

Search results

  1. Azi

    I feel so bad for how i used to feel about spiders in the past...

    She really is very beautiful, if only my two maincoons helped me out with the roach infestation i had several years ago, god knows my wife pampered them to the point where they never had the desire to do... anything, heck all the memories i have of those two little buggers is them just laying...
  2. Azi

    I feel so bad for how i used to feel about spiders in the past...

    For me it's fostered a whole new respect for insects in general, before having my T if i couldn't take it out the house alive, i would end up murdering the poor animal just because they creeped me out, now however, i would still take them out of my house but not at the cost of killing them, even...
  3. Azi

    Could i be overfeeding my T?

    Its completely different for me, I tend to feel more secure when my T has a nice large round tush, otherwise i would get paranoid fearing that she's starving, though i do acknowledge the bigger the tush the higher the chance of a rupture if she where to ever fall. I just feel like they're more...
  4. Azi

    For my baby Cinnamon fluff, i would give her the world <3

    For my baby Cinnamon fluff, i would give her the world <3
  5. Azi

    I feel so bad for how i used to feel about spiders in the past...

    Hello, Honestly, i would have such a vivid phobia of them that i wouldn't rest until i got them out of my house, sometimes quite unpleasantly i must confess, it's only now after falling in love with my absolutely gorgeous A. Genic who i have lovingly named "cinnamon fluff" do i truly feel...
  6. Azi

    Could i be overfeeding my T?

    Hello everyone, Recently here in the UK, the weather has become significantly more hotter, because of this, i have noticed both my T (acanthoscurria geniculata) and their mealworms are now significantly more "active" shall we say, as she continuously waits in their little feeding corner for...
  7. Azi

    A little worried...

    Hey guys, I'm a little worried for my T at the moment, Its an acanthoscurria geniculata (Brazilian white knee) and it molted 10 days ago, judging from what I've gathered in the forums, T's usually start to feed again 7 days after molting, yet its been 10 days for mine, this wouldn't have...
  8. Azi

    Hello :)

    Gotcha, will leave its enclosure as is then, thanks again.
  9. Azi

    Hello :)

    Leaving the molt in will spare the tarantula from injury or the molt itself sorry?
  10. Azi

    Hello :)

    Excellent, another question if i may, should i take out his previously molted skin ASAP or leave it within his enclosure, what would recommend?
  11. Azi

    Hello :)

    Thank you will definitely follow suit, was actually worried i might be leaving it a little too late, seeing as he barely ate for month during pre-molt.
  12. Azi

    Hello :)

    I'm new both here and in the hobbie, got myself Brazilian white knee juvenile and have fallen absolutely in love with it! will share pics as soon as i can, it recently molted 3 days ago so i think i should feed it either today or tommorow. hello everyone ^_^
Top