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Tarantula Avicularia sp. "Ecuador"

Reviews summary

Overall rating
5.00 star(s) 1 ratings
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.