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Tarantula Avicularia sp. "Ecuador"

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From the Wikipedia entry.

Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Subphylum: Chelicerata
Class: Arachnida
Order: Araneae
Infraorder: Mygalomorphae
Family: Theraphosidae
Genus: Avicularia

is a genus of the family Theraphosidae containing various species of tarantulas. The genus is native to tropical South America. Each species in the genus has very distinguishable pink foot pads.

One of the most notable features of the Avicularia species is their odd method of defense. When threatened, their first choice is to jump or run away as quickly as possible – occasionally, though, they will launch a jet of excrement at the perceived threat. Adults are capable of good accuracy and a range of 0.5–1 m (2 to 3 feet).

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Initial Breeding Date
Special Notes
Temperature 80 degrees. Humidity 50%.
Male was placed in females container, twice. 10/15/15 and 10/26/15
Two long, clean insertions. Each lasting a few minutes.
Post Mating Care
Post mating:
Female was fed an adult dubia every other day. She put on a lot of weight and on 11/10, she was rehoused into a custom acrylic container. 6x6x12
The whole inside of the container was sprayed heavily every 3 days.
Temps 80 degrees-84.
Humidity 65%-75%
Time & Care
Sac was made exactly 43 days after the first mating.
Left sac with female for 25 days. During which, the container was covered with a towel, and left alone. Opened sac on day 25, all healthy 1st instar.
Final Details
91 good eggs, 0 bad.
1/10/15 - 2nd instar. All survived.
To sum it up, this species is just like breeding any other Avicularia.
Pay attention to temperature, humidity, food intake and you'll be good.
I would like to thank Steve123 for the slings, which were given to me two years ago. It is because of him, that I was able to experience such an awesome experience.
Here is the link to more information in regards to me breeding them, as well as multiple pictures.

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