This is a method I use to breed Haplopelma spp. I house all my Haplopelma spp. females in tall widemouth 1 gallon jar that is filled 1/2 full with substrate. So this methods results may vary.I'm planning to breed my Haplopelma minax's this year. Can anyone give me links or info on how 2?
You brought up a good point and here's my conclusion:thats just one way of 'mating'
not necessarily breeding, which means having a hatchout of young ones (at least to me I think)
Here the link with a description of meaning of the word:wikipedia said:Breeding In animal husbandry and in horticulture the selection of stock for propagation and the act of insemination by natural or artificial means is called breeding. See Selective breeding, artificial selection, and plant breeding.
The act of copulation in animals is sometimes called breeding.
Breeding refers to the vocation of propagating a particular breed in the hobby of animal fancy.
It could take 1 week - 1 month (That's an estimate) depending on how developed the eggs are inside her. There is no way that I know of to give an exact time when this will happen.Hey Brian,
i know it varies, but what is the average time AFTER hibernation that they make an eggsac?