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PostSubject: P. irminia rehousing...   Tue 18 Aug 2009, 6:28 am

Well this little sweetie was badly in need of a new home. I put this one off to last as I wasn't looking forward to doing it with the last of the rehousing. I guess I put it off too long because she molted, and thankfully with no problems. Before she molt she was quick to throw up a threat and come after anything that came into her vial. After this molt she's had an attitude change and I haven't gotten a threat out of her yet, not that I'm trying to though. She had webbed up pretty much all the dirt and I had to pull it all out before I could get her as she was hiding at the bottom of the vial. I've had it since it was a 2nd instar sling I got as a freebie from Ana.


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New and old home...





The mess of tube web I had to take out just to see her...





Ah! there you are....




She went in very easily and seems to really like it, she's webbed up all behind the piece of baked oak bark and around the side to the ferns.














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PostSubject: Re: P. irminia rehousing...   Tue 18 Aug 2009, 8:01 am

Absolutely beautiful T. I rehoused mine recently and had no problems out of her. Now, the Orange Tree Spider is a whole other story.

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PostSubject: Re: P. irminia rehousing...   Tue 18 Aug 2009, 9:44 am

this is actually my favorite T i have Smile
......well, one of them
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PostSubject: Re: P. irminia rehousing...   Tue 22 Sep 2009, 10:26 am

nice enclosure i was going to buy two of these guys the other day but the shop by me wanted 50 for each 1" sling. thought it might be high so i passed them up.
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PostSubject: Re: P. irminia rehousing...   Tue 22 Sep 2009, 5:01 pm

I have the same job to do in the next few weeks Bird Man,
not looking forward to it to be honest, they are both a little over an inch now and
the vial that they are in is far too small,
I have visions on them flying out of the vial and going anywhere but into their new home!!

will post pics when I finally move them Smile
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PostSubject: Re: P. irminia rehousing...   Wed 23 Sep 2009, 3:09 am

This post is a bit old, but she webbed all over behind the bark, she also molted a couple weeks ago, I have yet to see her though. But I can see her shadow and she looks about twice as big, she is growing FAST.

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