Brachypelma Smithi (Mexican redknee )
Thrixopelma pruriens (Peruvian Green Velvet)
Nhandu chromatus (Red & White Birdeater)
Brachypelma vagans (Mexican red rump )
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getting these guys on wednesday, from a seller on here, have done lots and lots of research and am quite excited! only problem is that there don't seem to be 'proper' caresheets that i can find anywhere, and i do like to have those printed and kept in a portfolio with their diaries...can anyone...
I got some new slings today! Yay!
5 x Thrixopelma Pruriens
5 x Cyriocosmus Elegans
4 x Ceratogyrus Darlingi
4 x Yamia sp "Koh Samui"
Ceratogyrus Darlingi are definitely my new favourite sling, they are so cute and chunky! The Elegans are little stunners, they're tiny, only about 1cm and already...
A parcel came in the post:
OMG millions! :gasp:
One trip to Asda later, I'm pretty sure they thought I was a junky buying these for my stash or something.
Making air holes:
Washed, delabelled, substrate added, ready for spids!:
A few weeks ago my favourite T stopped eating. She's an AF T. Pruriens, I've had her for 9 yrs and she was adult when I got her, so she's not young.
I just had a look at her because it looked like she was grooming, on closer inspection her 4 middle legs were curled under and moving about. Then...
Friday was SPIDERDAY!
The day my 5 slings from Melanie arrived!
First things first, get the houses ready:
These tubs, 5 for 48p from Tesco! Made the holes using a heated up nail.
Freshly baked coir and tubs to put it in
These will be chopped up and made into hides
Like so :)