- Nov 1, 2005
ive seen on care sheets that the life span for female brachypelma abopilosum is 3-10 years, and for males are shorter. how short is the lifespan of males as per your experience?
It all depends on how the t's are kept! as far as temp & humidaty goes!someone told me that a lifespan of male B albo is about year from the date of his maturity.
is this true?
Straight A's:Everyone that I've ever owned ( especially the one I have now ) have all been very active and fantastic eaters . You would think that they would grow like weeds and not redwoods .