Psalmopoeus cambridgei

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3 years 3 months ago #73913 by Danny
Hey everyone

I don't know if this question has been asked on the forum before but please bear with me.

My Psalmopoeus cambridgei sub adult female has been living happily in het tree hide in an arboreal tank.

on sunday I saw that she'd moved to the bottom of the tank where she made a tunnel shaped burrow. I fed her last night and she ate 'n full sized male dubia roach so I think we can rule out pre molt...

Does anyone have an idea as this is kinda weird I think :deal

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3 years 2 months ago #73916 by Jake
Nothing to worry about, Psalmopoeus genus will do that, the are opportunistic burrowers and often when they are smaller slings to juvies they will live under ground in burrows.

Sometimes adults will do the same.

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