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So my GBB hooked out on March 20 of this year, 2020; roughly 3 months ago and two years since we got him. The clock is ticking for him!
Here is where he has been documented since we got him in March of 2018: https://www.tarantulaforum.com/threads/three-more-slings.21754/post-166935
He has been...
I have this gbb for about 3 months now, and it won't come out of that dumbass skull i bought her. She looks like in premolt and she doesn't eat anymore, but it's been 3 months now. Shouldn't she have molted already?
So we got a new GBB sling in September and we've notice that while she's webbed everything up quite well and she'll go down to catch prey she always sticks to the sides and doesn't go elsewhere. She will bring her prey up and eat on the side she just doesn't seem to want to stay down. We've...
So I'm planning on buying a gbb, and I'm already making a enclosure. So I'm looking for some information about the gbb and especially the enclosure. I want to know exactly everything it needs, think of depth of substrate, does it need a burrow. I've read it needs bone dry substrate, but still 60...
My year and a half or so old Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens has been doing quite fine for awhile but 3 or 4 days ago I found mold in it's enclosure.
I made a stupid decision by putting small wooden statues in the new home I gave it 2 months ago.
The mold appeared on both small statues. I...
Hello everyone! I'm new to the board. I have a GBB tarantula. I got it from Fear Not Tarantulas.com a little over a month ago, and it just molted last week! It's about 1.5" now. This if my first T in quite some time. I had a Pink-Toed about 20+ years ago, and I had a Carolina Wolf spider...
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!)