Brachypelma boehmei

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6 years 2 months ago - 6 years 2 months ago #33589 by Jake

IcarusZulu wrote: After watching the first 30 seconds Fast forward to 5:35 and then 7:49

I was not able to edit sorter, so use what IcarusZulu suggested.

Hi all

I was lucky enough to catch my B boehmei busy with it molting mate,So I decided to grab the video camera and record, the video is 8.27 mins long, its got some spinning, flicking and then the flip over!!

It took the spider a further 8 hours to molt out completely and it lay on it back for some time after that.

Just want to say A big thanks to Dimitri for hes help in getting me to this piont. :lol:
Great to have you on the site.
Now I just have to have to get use to Youtube.

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6 years 2 months ago - 6 years 2 months ago #33591 by Private
Cool.... After watching the first 30 seconds Fast forward to 5:35 and then 7:49

I'm here to offer advice on what I know...
I'm here to seek advice on what I don't know...
I'm not here to get into forum politics so please don't condemn or apologise to me...
Please leave me alone...
Why are you here!
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6 years 2 months ago #33592 by Taki Tsonis
And then people wonder why we love our T's..... they're just great!

You can take an Aphonopelma to crickets but you can't make it eat!

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6 years 2 months ago #33595 by Jake
The most amazing thing was, she carried on spinning and doing her thing even with me moving her cage around and getting it into a ok place and with me opening the lid.

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