Grammostola Rosea (Chilean Rose Hair) For andawg1996
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how you take care of all of them
I would qualify her as slightly defensive, once you get out of her enclosure, she should be docile
why is my g rosea digging
how often do those youtube checks come in
im really new to the whole hobby of owning t's and im getting a chilean rose hair (sorry if i ask stupid ass questions) but what do u feed yours also how often do u mist the dirt/soil
@crazyjitt17 I feed them crickets and superworms. I recommend watching the feeding videos I make. They give you an idea of what I feed them, how much and how often I feed them. I never mist the soil, as G.rosea hate being on wet substrate. I just keep an open water dish. If you're interested, watch this video here watch?v=e1UH2KDR_yI Its my 14 minute video detailing whatever you need to know and more about the species.
only when I can clear stuff up
thanks man :)
they're easy. I'll make a video how to care for them
once every 3 months
don't feed any Ts any mice. Too much calcium buildup can cause it to have serious molting problems, since Ts cannot intake calcium (lack of bones) Nothing is wrong, that large rosea went for 5 years and no molt. G,roseas are slow growers
thanks =) been tring to find this out for a while. great help
@crazyjitt17 its normal behavior. Rosea are opportunistic burrows and they will burrow if given the chance.
nice vid ...noticed a dark spot on the secong rose hair she in premolt ?
congrats on the checks man
lol u have like T's on your TV and stuff!buy a rack!
not really, she'll eat
I'm unsure of my rosie's temperament when I poke her lightly with a paintbrush, she doesn't whip around and bite the brush like your insane one, but she does turn towards te brush and kinda go into threat posture, and her cage is due for a substrate change, and I wouldn't want her to escape or die or something, I'd shit a brick.
thanks jon for making this vid. and congrats on the check!
you rock jon thats why you have so many subscribers
im thinkin of gettin this type of spider but how often do i need to change the substrate and clean out the cage?
Thanks man I appreciate it
Thanks man, I think the first one looks like its dying
yea,youdo have a pretty small room,lol
@cedricalien because I went personally to pick up the sling at my reputable online dealer (just 15 minutes from where I live) and I've seen the mother
@Jon3800 if it's a sling, how would you know it's a red color form?
once every 6 months
alright there jon, i would lyk 2 knw can i feed my g.rosea pinkie mice? and ive owned my t 4 nearly a year and it aint molted yet, is there something wrong ?
"dont reply Thanks" Nice video Jon keep em coming and congratz fore the pay check!
the most common tarantula in the market and u only have two.
i am hopefully getting the A. seemani on tuesday from paul becker and i have a question...it is 4" and i have a 10 gal that is empty so i was wondering. I know you said it had to be 5" but would it be acceptable for it to be in a 10gal at that size?
Its acceptable. Normally I keep these guys in kritter keepers. I save 10 gallons for species like T.blondi and C.crawshayi
its the second largest bedroom in the house, so I really can't complain
i have a red one she is mean as hell
Thanks T didn't know if it would cause problems. The reason T ask is because T have a 13 year old's income and I just bought a wireless router so I am short on money. haha
sweet vid and nice paycheck! lol
I have one T and it's a chilean rose. I didn't think I had the room to have a lot of spiders until I saw your room. Now I want to go on a spending spree, thanks Jon.
@cedricalien Correction 3. I also have a red form rose hair sling. I look for rare specimens, not multiples of the same species.
Damn, Im actually getting one
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