Friday, June 25, 2021

Lost In the Pumpkin Patch

On June 1st I re-housed Lucy, my Hapalopus Sp. Columbia Large, or pumpkin patch tarantula. That was the last time I saw her, she's be buried ever since. No signs of life. I hadn't seen her. She was not taking any of the food offered. Nothing! I was starting to get nervous.

Being new to tarantula keeping I had to fight the urge to dig her up, to see! All the advice is, "Leave them, they do this, bury themselves and don't eat." But it's hard. Well, after 24 days of not knowing if she was alive or even still in there, I was a little worried she might have escaped, I finally have confirmation she's alive and in her enclosure! Overnight she took a pre-killed cricket!

Midnight snack!



1 comment:

  1. How do I make money from playing games and earning
    These are หารายได้เสริม the three most popular forms of gambling, and are explained in wooricasinos.info a very concise and concise communitykhabar manner. The most common forms of worrione gambling are: 출장안마

    ReplyDelete

Rise and Shine

 Ziggy, my Trinidad Chevron Tarantula (Psalmopoeus cambridgei), emerged from hiding after months underground.