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4 years 2 months ago #71577 by SoVereign
Wow surprised he is a MM for that size, did not think they guy that sold him to me had it for that long. He wanted R200 for him but i did actually pay only 100 so far but told him that the spider is refusing to eat etc.

As for my first tarantula no, the salmon pink i have as my profile pic was my first baby. Got her as a sling last year September, she eats like and is just slightly bigger than the curly.

But i will find out from the local pet shop here that does breed spiders if they have a fem for my MM curly, so he can get his thing on and pass on happily then :swaet:

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4 years 2 months ago #71584 by Stanley A. Schultz

SoVereign wrote: ... As for my first tarantula no, the salmon pink i have as my profile pic was my first baby. Got her as a sling last year September, she eats like and is just slightly bigger than the curly. ...


Hmmm.... So, you're not exactly a newbie, but you're hardly an experienced enthusiast yet either. May I suggest that you go to the Spiders, Calgary website and start reading? That may save you a lot of time, money, work, grief, and maybe even a few dead tarantulas in the long run. Pay particular attention to these webpages.

Stan's Newbie Introduction Okay, maybe you're not exactly a newbie. But, a little review is often a good thing.

Stan's Rant . READ THE BOOKS!.

Ninety percent of the questions you wanted to ask plus a lot, LOT more that you didn't think to ask are all laid out for you for FREE, especially if you use your friendly, neighborhood public library. All you need to do is read.

If your curlyhair is indeed an adult male (which seems likely), it's days are limited. Prepare for a funeral.

That was the bad news. The good news is that from the day that it experienced its maturing molt (i.e., "ultimate molt" in the official jargon) it will live for another 12 to 18 months. So, you will have a little time to enjoy him.

In preparation for its demise, I might also suggest that you go out and get two or three more tarantulas.

:happy:

Has no one told you of the tarantula enthusiast's lament?

"LIKE THOSE POTATO CHIPS, YOU CAN'T HAVE JUST ONE!"

But of course, YOU ALREADY KNEW THAT!


:spider:

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