I am talking about a.avicularia's! Thanks for the comments! i decided if i get the slings i will not take such a risk!Originally posted by Lost_Tarantula
Some people say you can, and others say you can't. I've read some stories where it went wrong and the A. avic's ate each other. I wouldn't risk it, especially since they are so small right now, space isn't an issue. But what kind of avic's are you talking about? The whole cohabitat idea was for A. avic's only, if I remember correctly. Either way, good luck and enjoy your new slings.
are they possibly siblings? some debate on if siblings do better together rather than unrelated. Mike "Troll" has kept pokes that were siblings together, he darn near starved them to see if they would cannibalize........I think he ended up selling most of the communual setup though.Originally posted by JacenBeers
The setip I have right now is a ten gallon tank with lots of dead branches to crawl around on and a lot of food available and they have their own space. Even when they get close they dont react to each other.