Brazilian Blue Tarantula
Pterinopelma sazimai


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After Molt on 15 March 2018 - 2.5 inches DLS


P. sazimai
Color Looks Great - Photo on 24 October 2017 (18 days since last molt on 6 October 2017)


after 14august 2017 molt
After molt of 14 August 2017


July 23 2017
July 23 2017 - 1.25 inches toe to toe


Pterinopelma sazimai
  June 16, 2017


MOLT PHOTOS
molt photo March 15, 2018
     Molt 15 March 2018

Photo Details - ŠNicky Davis


Photo of sazimai after molt on 15 March 2018 - 2.5 inches dls
Rehoused January 2018? to 6x7x10 inch container
Rehoused 25 October to container 5x5x7inches
Photo on 24 October 2017 (18 days since molt on 6 October2017)
Molted 6 October 2017 (53 days from last molt)
Photo after it molted 14 August 2017 (39 days from last molt)
Photo taken 23 July 2017
Rehoused 8 July 2017 to container size 4x4x5 inches
Size on 6 July 2017 after molt is 1.25 inches toe to toe
Molted 6 July 2017 (36 days)
Photo taken inside vial on June 16, 2017
Molted 30 May 2017 (40 days)
Molted 20 April 2017

MOLT PHOTOS
Molt photo 15 March 2018

This sazimai is very agreeable
When I  first bought this tarantula I fed it  tiny crickets or cricket parts every third day except when nearing a molt.
In July after it molted I started feeding it a small cricket every third day.
It piled substrate up on one side while staying toward the bottom of the vial.
Humidity is kept  at  65-80%
Purchased as a spiderling from K-8 inverts around April 1 2017
Maximum size is reportedly 6.5 inches toe to toe.

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