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Holothele incei

Trinidad olive spiderling

Holothele incei
Brad1993, Feb 16, 2017
    • cold blood
      Very under-rated species.

      I like to keep them in larger containers. After breeding them, I started in smaller ones, but quickly learned that they web them up very quickly...and because they are just so darn fast and prey driven, extra space is better than less.

      You're going to love it....they grow fast and can mature (males) in as little as 8 months.
    • EulersK
      Also, it's been reclassified. The genus is Neoholothele now.
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    • Brad1993
      @EulersK ahh really what's the reason for the name change has it been that previously like the g.rosea/portiri (if that's how spell it) @cold blood already in awe over my two can't wait till they get big and with you sayin 8 months at least won't be a long wait
      Can't wait till its made its web tunnels my Gbb been doing a good job of he's enclosher be nice see a bit competition :cat:
    • EulersK
      @Brad1993 No, G. rosea and G. porteri are two distinct species. As for why it was reclassified... I have no clue. Reclassification is constantly happening, the entire Aphonopelma genus was shaken up not long ago.
    • Brad1993
      @EulersK ahh right thanks for that causes bit confusion maybe they like keep us guessing :wacky: appreciate the comment probably won't change name this time round lol just know for next time
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