ha, I love meagan, Im getting one sometime soon I hope. From hamilton reptile
awesome seemani man 5 stars
by the checking for sperm sacs underneath abdomen, if they have the sac they're female :)
it really depends. What species do you have. I would raise humidity
oh ok...well, i hope its a molt lol
i guess sure
i saw that movie last night too.
lol, id bet you say that when your T escapes from ya :p
The Pink Zebra Beauty is, well, absolutely beautiful haha. I think I may have to choose that one. I'm going for the best combination of looks and docile temperament. I don't want the Mexican Red Knee though -- I'd like something a little less common.
How does your Aphonopelma Chalcodes accept handling? I heard that they are one of the most docile Ts out there
not at this time, my female pinktoe is too young to breed with the male.
my new Aphonopelma seemanni renewed his body 3 or 4 times, is very young my spider?? thanks( i am a novice)
Its hard to say how young your seemanni is when you don't give me its size. Molting 3-4 times doesn't tell me much. 1/2 inch - 1.5 inch legspan are slings - very young 1.5 inch - 3 inch legspan are juveniles - young 3.5 inch - 4.5 inch legspan are sub-adults - middle age 4.5 inch - 5 inch legspan (such as the one shown here) is an adult and it an older specimen
it was awesome.they better make a new one.i wanna see wat happens to that guy
ooooooooooooooo you said shit. lol
moody. E.campestratus holds that title
mine's mild mannered. She'll flick hairs and do threat postures, other times she'll just move, she's not that skittish, but definitely don't trust her in handling.
hey jon, im pretty worried because my T has been in premolt for a couple of weeks (she burrows alot by the way) and my substrate is completely dry and has bits of wood chips in it. what i was wondering is should i change the substrate (maybe put some damp peat in there) so she can moult easier. or should i not change the substrate and not bother her in premolt. if you can answer some help would be great thanks
SORRY, I WAS WRONG , 1,8 INCHES LEGSPAN
How long does it take for an A. Seemanni to fully mature? I have a 1/2 inch A. Seemanni, lol.
You should check out TarantularAddict channel
:-S Okay. I don't know what she is then. The pet store said she was an Acanthoscurria Geniculata but she doesn't have as thick of knee bands as those do. I have done a ton of searching and still can't figure her out.
how old gets a pink toe??
@tomvm01 females can live up to 10 years, males up to 4
ya same here
My girl is the brown form and extremely skittish. She will haul ASS if she is disturbed. I do think the blue form is the prettiest Seemanni though.
I'm subscribed to him
did you like it :)
The more species I branch out to, the more I appreciate the mellow-ness of my Semanni. Some of the supposed docile species I own are not at all. Plus she's still the best looking.
Hi Jon, love your videos. Can A. Seemannis have black undersides? Thanks..
Your A.avicularia is soooooo cute. I love how she hopped into her cage. :-)
awomse video jon could you show us another video of your car?
i was wondering, my A.seemani's leg stripes arent very visible and they havent been very visible for 2 months now... oh and also, mine is a little mean,,,not really but i dont want to hold her lol
Thanks Jon... I'm gonna get the ultra rare brown form... There not as pretty but you can kinda see the stripes!
I made a few videos making specific beginner recommendation - Brachypelma smithi (Mexican Red knee) - Brachypelma albopilosum ( Curly Hair) - Eupalaestrus campestratus (Pink Zebra Beauty) - Brachypelma emilia (Mexican Painted/True Red Leg) - Avicularia avicularia (pinktoe) -These are my top choices for recommendations and are miles better than G.rosea (rose hair). Rose hairs are very unpredictable in temperaments and feeding fasts. Zebras are okay, but they're nervous so don't handle
jon; wow that was a good jump sh*t .. :)
I'm debating on this or the Chilean Rose. I'm a beginner. Any other recommendations?
around 3-4 years
around 4-5 centimeters around 1,8 inches
lol, ya she always likes to explore kinda a good thing but a bad thing :)
for two months? but idk, i havent seen it in 2 days...its been in its hide which i didnt think she liked plus she was eating until just last week...
Tess, A.seemanni Ts will always have orange undersides. I've never seen one with black ones.
send me a video/pic of it
really cool video Jon I want an A. Seemanni blue form like yours hopefully someday I will and really nice handling of Megan wow she is fast man she got up on the window like it was nothing at all.
ant says nice video
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