Once I got them moved, I added a little of their original dirt to their new homes. I like to do this after moving tarantulas or even after changing out to fresh substrate. It is a "little piece of home," basically. I think the photo shows that this works well.
You see that they both moved onto their "old dirt?"
Both the Chaco Golden Knees had dug down along the side of their old homes. One even dug into the hillside so it would all but disappear. You could look in from the top and almost not see the tarantula at all. This is crazy though...
This one totally buried its head! I thought perhaps it was beginning to dig a new burrow, but it later came out and you couldn't see a hole anywhere. It really did just bury its head like an ostrich. Made me want to think of an ostrich name for it!
You see, both of these lil slings need names. I haven't noticed any other personality traits that stand out so far and they're not very pretty yet, they just look like slings.
You can preview (and even buy!) an adult Grammostola pulchripes tarantula here. (I am not familiar with this breeder, they just had a nice photo of this species.)