- Apr 21, 2007
I'm thinking about getting another T and this time i want a burrower. So what would be the easiest burrower to care for.
I have 2 and never saw a burrow. htey stay in the hides but never burrow.Aphonopelma seemani is said to be a good beginner species, plus it's a burrower so maybe you should check it out.
ok thanks. They are on my want list anyway so it kind of works out. about how much do they costYeah, I'd have to agree with Aphonopelma seemanni. They aren't as defensive as other species of burrowers like Hapopelma, and they don't stay hidden as long. I can see mine every other day.
Texas brown or Oklahoma brownI'm not very good with the latin names yet, what is the common name of A. hentzi
Same here, I never had A seemani burrow either. Not to say one wont but they seem to be more like a B smithi to me in that they seem to like a hide on shallow substrate. But then again what do I know?I have never owned a A. Seemani that burrowed. They used their hides but that was it just like Drachenjager. I gave them every chane to they just never did. Even started burrows for them. Mine were out in the open and or in the hide.