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Love this video! Can you tell me why mine Rose hair always likes to stay on its enclosures walls. Will be subscribing
mine is burrowing like mad. She has 3 entrances made, but i cant get it to feed, its been months. any tips?
Great video but your video audio keeps stopping which is annoyin
my chilean rose always dig holes and go under stuff, does that mean it's too hot in there?
hey can u help me ? i got my rosy on june 1st since then she hasnt eaten so cant u help me?
@MegaSpenceman - i keep an average room temp of about 65 to 70 degrees right now in winter/spring...summer will go up to 80 :*)
Ahh its ok :) Ended up getting my Mexican red knee and a adult Grammostola rosea XD they are both doing fine :) but the Grammostola rosea is very moody lol
about 3 inches
Awesome...very nice spider to have in your collection... I hope everything went well with your new spider...sorry for the late reply :(
@NoSALife Thats awesome...! If you are looking to keep your spider as a handling spider, make sure when you go to the pet shop that they hold it, or you hold it first...so that you can see the temperament of the spider before you bring it home :*)
@Chaoitcme - good stuff my friend, One of my favs is a Grammostola pulchra, those are crazy beautiful too :*)
how much does it cost for a set up like that for them because im considering getting one?
Why don't you actually do some research before you go and buy a T,it fasts for months in it's natural habitats,so in captivity they will do the same
@NoSALife - Yes a medium critter keeper will work...And thats what I had my C. rose in for the longest time...as you can see on my earlier videos...But like you said, a 10 gallon is so much nicer for viewing purposes...thats the main reason why I switched over to a 10 gallon...So I can view my spider much better :*) as you can see on the video ...much nicer :*D
@TheTarantulasWeb haha thank you!! there's this pet store i visit often, and they have this verrryyyy pretty sub-adult female g.rosea and i know the tempermant of this particular specimen pretty well, so i think im going to get her. =)
@tommo0383 - Thank you :*) I had lots of fun making this video :*)
@TheTarantulasWeb yeah man thats what my G. rosea did too for some reason I think her hide might be a little small for her now so once she molts I will offer her a bigger hide and see if she likes it I am also going to give her a bigger enclosure once she molts yeah its weird some G. rosea really love hides and some don't really care for them at all.
@TheTarantulasWeb - Also, The Chilean rose tarantula will eat Crickets/super worms/Dubia roaches. :*)
What about the lighting?
Isnt this a Grammostola Porteri?
Any natural light from a bed room window during the day is good enough for your spider. No special lighting is required with tarantulas...in fact most of them are nocturnal in nature. Although one thing you "don't" want to do is, keep your spider in complete darkness...or direct sunlight. So any lighting that you would use over the spiders cage would be for your viewing purposes only :*)
@DcLomas96 - A Chilean rose tarantula is considered to be a very good beginners spider. But it is not un-heard of that some can be defensive. If your looking for one which is a good pet to handle, I would suggest that you ask the pet store if they can hold it for you and see what the disposition of the spider is...if it raises its front legs and refuses to be handled, look at another spider. but if it allows the pet shop person to handle it...it will be a good spider to keep. Th
@Thelol182 - thank you very much...she's the Mother of all my C. rose baby's from my early videos :*)
@RaginMoose100 - Awesome thanks..! Thats sweet about G. rosea being a female, I always like the females better :*)
Great job on the video.. Very informative.. If they stop exporting... I will have 8 of them sitting here with me.. LoL.. My moms 5 & my 3... :-)
Everyone needs to learn information from some one else before they can teach it to others. Your teachers at school didn't give you their own information...they gave you textbook inforamation (written by others who were also taught by others) very rare do we read "original information" 90% of my tarantula information comes form the "Tarantula Keeprs guide" (By schultz & Schultz) ...So maybe that's where you read it.?
I noticed you mentioned that G. roses doesn't burrow in captivity, but my rosie made a burrow about a month after I got her. My tank temp is kept at normal room temp and humidity, so I'm not sure why she did it. Maybe she feels like her habitat feels homey?
Awesome.! I wish the best on your new pet my friend :)
@TheTarantulasWeb I was just saying that they don't need a big tank because they don't use much space. I bet she loves her tank. I recently just got two more Grammostolas. One G. rosea red form and a G. porteri, which is pretty much an all brown G. rosea. They are great. My female G. rosea just molted this week. First time since I have owned her and I have owned her for almost 2 years. She is now about 5.5". Take care.
*G. rosea ....sorry for the typo
I'm looking at getting my first T, a C Rose...great video with good info.
Greetings to the UK :*) Sorry my friend, I have heard of people using heat pads, but I really can't give any advice on them because I don't use them for any for my cages. I keep an ambient temp throughout the whole spider room...it just works out easier for me that way. I might check the internet on that topic if there not to much on YouTube.? Cheers my friend :*)
if you buy a chilli rose young what does it eat and will it bite more and if i buy an older one that is more tame what will that eat please reply ASAP thanks
@TheTarantulasWeb I have one of those as well.
@cjcarlosnumber1 - Thank you, I really appreciate that :*) Thanks for the subscription mate :*) I will subscribe to you channel as well :*)
what about hte heat, sir
Those are sweet spiders :*)
@TheTarantulasWeb It sounds more like a documentary.. Very good work... I have done many video several times because of getting tounge tied.. Or saying something completely diff than I wanted to say.. Im like crap... Gotta remake this one.. >.<
@TarantulaAddict Thank you :*) yea it will be interesting to see :*)
@Basurci - A couple reasons... (1) Because they live longer and typically are more robust (which I like better.) (2) They don't have a wondering spirit to mate... like the males do, upon reaching adult hood...And I think they make better pets as well as temperament. :*)
Indeeed...shes my baby :*) :*) :*)
Nice video, I guess I will hang onto my slings then lol, not sure about them living up to 100 years though, maybe up to 50 but I guess only time will tell :)
a full grown medium sized spider can eat about 4 or 5 crickets :)
@jerumd - Ok sounds good, see you then :*)
I am not sure of the age. Next go,I am not buying from a pet store. I am going to the place we got our Tortoise. I have already called him. Marsh was in a 10-gallon tank, indoors. No heat of any kind. Coco husks for substrate. Water, 100% of the time. Had a hide she rarely used. (Or he?) I live in Tampa, FL so I added no extra humidity. We think now we *might* have gotten an older T. I just loved that little spider. I even tried to hydrate her with a wet Q-tip, thinking that might have been it.
Yikes..that's far.! Greetings my friend in the Netherlands :*) :*) :*)
Awe sorry to hear that, I have a couple questions, Was your T an adult or a baby.? what was the cage conditions like, did you use a heat lamp.? was your spider kept indoors or out doors.? stuff like that.?
@DrSpider1984 - Thank you :*)
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