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gordon50 20-06-2019 07:58 PM

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Just want to know the reason wy my spider is blocking the entrance to the hide

Basin79 20-06-2019 09:26 PM

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Originally Posted by gordon50 (Post 13303875)
Just want to know the reason wy my spider is blocking the entrance to the hide

It usually means the tarantula is in premoult. What size enclosure did you put him/her in?

Instead of making a new thread for every question just use one. Also I recommend using Google and reading any threads that are from Arachnoboards.

gordon50 20-06-2019 09:43 PM

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it the same tank put i have a pice of glass made so can make two tanks from on

Basin79 20-06-2019 10:12 PM

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Originally Posted by gordon50 (Post 13303895)
it the same tank put i have a pice of glass made so can make two tanks from on

That's still way to big. Miles. You need a small tub. 4 inch x 4 inch or similar. Your tarantula might well have just blocked the entrance due to not feeling secure.


Really don't understand why you ask questions yet won't follow the advice given to you.

wilkinss77 21-06-2019 09:11 AM

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Originally Posted by Basin79 (Post 13303899)
That's still way to big. Miles. You need a small tub. 4 inch x 4 inch or similar. Your tarantula might well have just blocked the entrance due to not feeling secure.


Really don't understand why you ask questions yet won't follow the advice given to you.

This. Housing is miles too big, the t might have blocked the entrance for a number of reasons- lack of security, too much humidity, or it might be in pre-moult. But whatever the reason, the housing IS miles too big.

Rainbow_boa 09-07-2019 11:47 PM

I don't mean to sound mean but you really need to take some of the advice of the members here. that exo terra there could house - at least - 10 juvs of the size you have.
I understand asking a lot of questions if you're unsure (and for the most part people here will be kind to reply) but you should really have done a lot more reading into keeping a T before picking it up. Many of the questions you're asking are literally the first things you'd find out reading 5 minutes of any care sheet.

Head over to arachnoboards or look up some of the care sheets here. Or just do a quick google search for brachypelma care guide.

Learn a bit and share the joy of watching your T grow with the community : )


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