Any suggestions for my A.geniculata behavior

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3 years 1 month ago #74069 by Jason
I came back home and was checking on my T's and saw that my A.geniculata moved all his substrate to the corner as if it was looking to dig a borrow or something. Should I redo his home with a burrow or should I keep it the same ( just like levitate the substrate again) because he/she never did this behaviour since I got the T. Here is a pic of what he/she is been up to

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3 years 1 month ago #74071 by Martin Oosthuysen

Jason2_1 wrote: I came back home and was checking on my T's and saw that my A.geniculata moved all his substrate to the corner as if it was looking to dig a borrow or something. Should I redo his home with a burrow or should I keep it the same ( just like levitate the substrate again) because he/she never did this behaviour since I got the T. Here is a pic of what he/she is been up to

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Can't say how I keep mine is the correct way,but I keep it on dry substrate with a water bowl. Might be the wet substrate ? Might be something else ?

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3 years 1 month ago #74072 by Jason
As you can see there is no water bowl because the T draged it to the corner and I think he spilled it thats the reason that it could be wet but I use the same substrate for all my T's . And it doesnt feel that wet as this one


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3 years 1 month ago #74073 by Darren
Id suggest fill up the 50% (half) the cage with substrate. More advise, i would also compact the substrate. Must not be all loose like alot of people do, looks like there poor spider has to ice skate around the cage (Soil to loose).

Give her a hide, and take out the tree in the cage and provide her/him with a water dish.

Enjoy :-)

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3 years 1 month ago #74074 by Darren
360` view, of how i house my spiders. The viewing window in the hide i use a piece of black card with masking tape to close the viewing port so it is dark for the spider. You can buy these cages at lifestyle nursery in the West Pack Shop, They are about 42cm x 28cm ideal for housing adult spiders, R100 each. Apologies for the lack of grammar i am to lazy today.

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3 years 1 month ago #74077 by Jason
Thank you for your help , i am going to do it tonight, but it is going to be a mission with that T, because anything that comes near it will die!


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