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    Default My first T

    So I got my first T today. Here are some pics of him/her.








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    Congrats!... It's um, hairy and spider-like

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    Congrats on the new addition!
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    Thank you both. I'm hoping to get him/her sexed soon so I can name it.

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    You are going to want to get her off the bark chips. A good substrate to use is peat moss.
    Peat moss, a hide, and a water dish will make her plenty happy.
    Judging by the size and shape of the body I'll say you have a female on you're hands. A good ventral picture or molt will confirm that.
    Congrats on you're new pet!

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    I have eco earth, and I'm going to get moss tomorrow. I'm gonna do a mix of both of them.


    With the bark I got the T 35% off and the bark was cheap.

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    Just know this species hates moist substrate. The drier the better.

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    Mine hates moist substrate so much that it climbs the glass to avoid touching the icky stuff haha

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