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Hi! I hope I’m doing this right. Anyway I got a curlyhair tarantula last Sunday (i.e I have it around 6 days now).
The person who sold me the T didn’t tell me how old it is, (or the exact species, he just said it’s curlyhair lol so I’m assuming it’s a T. albopilosus??) just that it’s female...
Hello, selling my female curly hair. She comes with an entire setup (in pics) last molted in July this year, around 4 1/2 inches, no health issues, bought from the trusted Net-Bug website. $60 for everything.
Feel free to ask questions, thanks for looking!
Ps- LOCAL PICK UP ONLY, WASHINGTON STATE
I recently got my first tarantula in April this year at an expo and completely forgot to ask the vendor how old it was. My t is a Curly hair, Brachypelma Albopilosum (Idk if it’s Nicaragua or Honduran if that matters) and it’s about 2 inches from end to end. It hasn’t molted either and I think...
Hello! I'm a recent tarantula enthusiast from Fort Collins. I currently share a curly hair (Hemlock) and own a costa rican zebra (Buckeye). We also had a sling but lost her to dehydratyion, we believe. Any humidity/enclosure tips or links are really appreciated! I eventually want a mexican red...
Maybe it's a dumb question but i still concern to ask..
Should i feed my B. Albo when he's in premolt? Here's how he looks like now.
Lately, he likes to move around near the dish. Sometimes he put his leg inside the dish. The humidity is around 80%-90% inside the enclosure...
Hello everyone! I’m new to the forum so please leave any comments if I am doing anything wrong.
I purchased a Curly hair Tarantula sling around the beginning of January, I have fed her twice since then with two Blatta Lateralis (Turk Roaches), she ate perfectly both times, after that she...
We have 15 tarantulas currently - but don't have photos of them all to hand.
So here are a few of them:
Ronnie the N. Coloratovillosus
Fly the C. Cyaneopubescens
Jellybean the C.Versicolor
Mr T the B. Albopilosum (our first T!)