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Old 14-08-2018, 08:02 PM
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Thought i'd get a hold of my Brachypelma smithi while doing some tank cleaning. She's quite docile but a bit skittish at times, not held her for years.






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Old 24-08-2018, 08:48 PM
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Lovely is that. I’m just getting the courage to pick up mine lol
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Just had a 2 year old female, about 3 weeks ago. She still settling in and hasnt eaten yet. She did molt just before I had her from the pet shop so just letting her settle in before i clean out her enclosure and try to feed her again. Which is not too bad but the glass kinda dirty. Dont really wanna stress her out atm; but they are a beautiful species!

Nice pictures mate thanks! Do you hold her often?
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Just had a 2 year old female, about 3 weeks ago. She still settling in and hasnt eaten yet. She did molt just before I had her from the pet shop so just letting her settle in before i clean out her enclosure and try to feed her again. Which is not too bad but the glass kinda dirty. Dont really wanna stress her out atm; but they are a beautiful species!

Nice pictures mate thanks! Do you hold her often?
Oops sorry just read your post how old is she/he?
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Just had a 2 year old female, about 3 weeks ago. She still settling in and hasnt eaten yet. She did molt just before I had her from the pet shop so just letting her settle in before i clean out her enclosure and try to feed her again. Which is not too bad but the glass kinda dirty. Dont really wanna stress her out atm; but they are a beautiful species!

Nice pictures mate thanks! Do you hold her often?

I don't hold her that much, mostly when rehousing.She's very docile but will flick hair at me if not in the mood, women for ya lol.
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