Bothriocyrtum californicum

xrickus

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I was able to capture a California Trapdor spider male.
I have no idea how to take care of him.
Does anybody have any suggestion?

Thanks
 

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Emanuele

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If you haven't a female ready to mate, I think you can leave it, cause it will not live so much, neither it will eat so much being adult...
Cheers
Ema
 

cacoseraph

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i agree, mature males don't make that great of a pet. better to let them find females and make the babies.

p.s. i'd be interested in knowing where you caught it at, as brea isn't that far from me. i can tell you where i catch centipedes and scorpions around me.
 

xrickus

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I m looking for a female.
I will like to keep few local species.


Ciao Emanuele il tuo website e favoloso. :clap:

Federico
 

cacoseraph

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I m looking for a female.
I will like to keep few local species.


Ciao Emanuele il tuo website e favoloso. :clap:

Federico
nice. i am interested in my local species too. i think it would be a large advantage to try to breed local species that are well tied into the seasonal cycle
 

xrickus

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nice. i am interested in my local species too. i think it would be a large advantage to try to breed local species that are well tied into the seasonal cycle
I know, I 'm a fan of your field trip reports in the wasteland..... :worship:

Do you know anyone with a "friendly" female?
 
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