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Susie - 2018-03-26
How do you tell if you have a male or female? My rosehair t has molted 3 times in the last 7 months. Is this unhealthy or maybe something is wrong?

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Anonymous - 2018-03-10
My pink toed tarantula is fine but there are little groups of hard dots on the farthest side of the web and I think there’s mold what should I do

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tranksBEAR - 2016-03-13
Mexican Red Knee for sale Believed to be a female. Contact for pictures. Locally only

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  • Kim Thomas - 2018-01-07
    Where is local?
  • Kyle kummer - 2018-02-05
    What state?
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Isaac - 2017-01-02
My pink toe tarantula just stays in his leaves I bought for him. He won't eat and I have put the food right next to him, he spun a web once but a very small one and I accidently ripped it out trying to move his water dish. And he also won't drink water. Is he okay? He won't spin another web or move very often. Is it the temperature or humidity? I mist his cage every few days and I'm pretty sure the temp is right. Is it going to die?

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  • Anonymous - 2017-11-11
    Your tarantula may be pregnant.
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Anonymous - 2017-11-06
why isnt my pink toe tarantula eating

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simeon bains - 2017-09-26
Hello, I need a matuŕe female T.Blondi. It has to be a female as i have a mature male.

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Anonymous - 2017-09-09
Looking to buy a female rose-haired tarantula!!

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h3rbicide - 2017-08-09
I currently own a growing 4 maybe (just molted again) fast growing female Sapphire Gooty Tarantula I got from a retailer online in the US. I have had a fear of spiders all my life and wanted to just get over it once and for all. I have a deep respect for this creature and have a decent vertical enclosure and was good for the time she was smaller. I am now coming to the point where she will need to be re housed in a larger enclosure meant for Tarantulas I have found on the internet. Now when I read that to move the gooty to another tank use a paint brush? Has to be a mighty long paint brush for me. I keep getting fears of it jumpin on the brush and b-lining for my hand. Defensive/AGGRESSIVE is all I see. For one I'm not allowed this species and two I am not looking to find out what a spider of this calibre can feel like and going to the emerg and explaining what did it. LOL. Is there any other way I can move this thing? I've been thinking about going outside even so if it goes bad its not loose in the apartment and killing my cats. Anyways any help if anyone looks at this would be greatly appreciated

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Dylan - 2015-10-04
I've had my rose hair for over 15 years she used to eat regularly and molt once a year she hasnt molted in almost 4 years now and she has rejected all food i have offered for the last year or so is she at the end of her life cycle or is this normal for older tarantulas?

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  • Clarice Brough - 2015-10-04
    Females can live up to 20 years, so maybe she is getting ready to molt.
  • Jesse - 2017-08-09
    Sorry if you late to help, but iv had friends whose Rose hairs didn't eat for 2+ years, these awesome tarantulas act so different from one another even tho there the same species,but yeah, rose hairs are sooo unpredictable...I'm so glad mine burrows and makes itself a awesome lil chill spot most people say they'res just sit and don't do much so I'm real happy I got a real active Rose hair...she is such an kick ass tarantula!!!
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Emily - 2017-03-20
Pink toe tarantulas are great for beginners. They have a mild temperament and aren't too picky. They prefer to be up high so your terrarium should be taller than it is wide. I just use a regular glass terrarium with a slide on lid. Her light weighs down the lid so it won't come off but she's never even tried to get out. Be careful when you're feeding it, they jump!

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