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where did u get that tarantula
I love how chill and clear you sound in your videos. I love watching your videos for several reasons, mostly because of your chill voice and sound information. I see you got the tarantula keeper's guide book, good stuff!
i plan on getting a goliath bird eater soon, the one is want is about $100, is a 40-50 gallon tank to big to keep one in?
Great video and also some sound/correct advice. I've kept a T.Stirmi for the last 3 years, having grown her up from a tiny "sling", and the way I've kept mine is pretty much as you advise in this video.
Lol, love how you got a human skull buried about half into the soil.
beautiful T man <3
where do you buy your tarantula?
Have you had any problems with life growing in the habitat becuase the hudity being 80%?
Which Theraphosa is the most docile d'you reckon? If you wanna start on the genus...
Warm humidifier should also help when caring for this species. I have two of them in my care. I just simply keep one side of the enclosure damp, while the other half is dry. I don't wet it too much but just enough to keep it damp and of course, i crank up the humidifier to about 80 as i lower the temperature to about 80 to 84 degrees. One thing i noticed is that the humidity inside your room tends to increase when you lower the temperature down a bit. Both of my specimens seemed to love it!!
You said that it is hard to Do a setup for a t.stirmi! But i did a setup for a redknee and it ended up almost just like your goliath bird eater. The humidity is 82% and it is 28 celsius and the terrarium is 45x45x30 in size! Can you plz tell me how to get rid of all the humidity! Plus the soil is eco earth, and i think i put half a gallon more then i was supposed to! Plz help me!
How often do you spray the tank?
dave Ricin one of the best is chilly flame rump more calm then the chilly rose hair.rose hairs are good and easy to get but they do have mood swings.hope that helps
i give mine 12hours light cycle . and 80%humidity
No they are not classed as dangerous animals.
Best large tarantula fro a beginner is the Salmon pink bird eater. I have one and they are quite tame, i handle mine about once per week and he doesn't get mad or flick hairs. and hes 9" i have a Goliath too and she can be nasty!
I got an important question, what sort of enclosure should I get for a Mexican red knee, Glass or Plastic and can you do a caring video, thanks
Cheers, by restricting ventilation and wetting the substrate.
lmao of course you had to say the apophysis is the worst, i have one coming in tomorrow and im bad with the hairs. wont be handling at all.
Do you need like a permit in England for tarantulas.
If they are slings at least one week and if they are adults at least two weeks.
Thanks, glad you liked it. True about keeping them drier, I do let the substrate dry out a bit before I add more water. Something else I forgot to talk about in the video :)
RobCs Sammy died of a molting problem, Zilla died of an infection
G. pulchripes (the chaco golden knee) would be a good choice, they max out at around 7-8 inches. Or you could go for an L. parahybana (salmon pink) which are also easy to care for but most can not be safely held. They can reach 8-9 inches in leg span maybe even larger. They are also cheap and grow fast, so would be a good choice if you wanted a sling or a juvi.
Thanks! I think she made it look smaller by covering it with webs. She did spend the first night in their and then decided to come out and web up most of the enclosure. It won't be a constant 80% in their, I plan to let it dry out a little before wetting the substrate again. Cheers.
Nice video steven :-D
Not really mate, they are pretty cool looking but you don't get to see them often enough for my liking :)
HEY, THANKS FOR UPLOADING THAT INFO, WAS VERY USEFUL!! IN YOUR EXPERIENCE: WHAT IS THE HOTTEST TEMP RANGE THEY CAN BE KEEP?
rofl how to take care of a Goliath T. 1. do not hand feed thats all
What would you is the largest tarantula that's good for a beginner owner?
great video! keep doing these videos. Your spiders look all very healthy and kept very good!
Thanks, will do :)
Very nice video. Very good that you pointed out the urticating bristles ;) I can't even stand Nhandu hairs, probably much less Theraphosa sadly. Nice T, great vid, good advice. One thing though is to keep in mind that tarantulas are very adaptive and there have been quite some reports that these can be kept on dry substrate if you use a decently sized waterdish ;)
how do you get your humidity up??? plz let me know THNX! nice T
A Good idea doing a vid like this! Thumb up for that! Should make the hole for the hide a bit bigger, just an advice cause normaly they dig very much! The humidity in my opinion is a Thing where the biggest mistakes Happen! I keep Mine around 60-65% Not more just moist the Substrate two Times a week! Well thats what i do, cause in their hide the humidity is very low. And normaly in their Habitat youll hardly See one in daytime! A Good vid mate
Thanks, muchly appreciated!
How do you maintain high humidity with a lot of ventilation? The TKG says to block the ventilation for humidity instead of misting. And what's the length and width of the enclosure>
there are no reasons to not get a goliath
I've got a female A nuda trapdoor mate for swap if your interested? :-)
How often if im using superworms?
I would recommend a plastic one as they are lighter, cheaper and easier to heat. I can make a video about how to care for one. I will try and get it made sometime this week.
What would be the best breed of Tarantula to get for a beginner keeper? I'm really interested in getting a pet Tarantula and I haven't ever had a pet Spider of any kind. Please, and thank you.
My Mexican red rump and brazilian salmon pink birdeater have molted within days of each other how long shall I wait to feed them both?
I pour water onto the substrate around every 2 weeks and keep most of the ventilation holes covered. This is because I use a heat mat than increases air flow. Cover some of the enclosure if it is dries out quite quickly and add water to the substrate when it starts to dry out. It is best to let it dry out from time to time to help prevent mold growing, just make sure you're not due for a molt and always provide a full water dish.
Cheers mate :)
Haha good idea.
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