They can live peacefully together only until they can't, whether it's three seconds or three years. It's risky, requires a lot of extra space and careful enclosure work and extra food, and generally isn't recommended to even try unless you've got experience and extra money lying around to waste on likely killing a tarantula this way.go with A.Avicularia. (Guyanan PinkToe) Sweet spiders and they can live well in a colony.
Check the above link, there are a lot of information for beginners, wich could be your first T, how to take care of it and more.. ;P
i wouldnt call them the lamest species in the hobby. Just the most readily available if they banned importation of them then they would be like the B smithi .Mike, first off, what's your budget? Have you read up on tarantulas much? Don't opt for the G. rosea, why not bypass the lamest t in the hobby and get something alittle more exciting?
This species kick urticating hairs and is more defensive than aggressive. Just don't try to handle it and you should be fine. That's my 2 cents.
lol now watch you get one thats possessed by the ghost of an OBT with PMSHey, I'm quite new to tarantulas too but I've been on this forum for a bit posting, asking questions, reading, and more. I will be getting my first 3 tarantulas Wednesday. I ordered 3 G. rosea slings for several reasons. They are slow, easy to take care of, and are cheap. I also ordered a G. rosea so I can show my parents that all T's aren't so bad . Goodluck with your choice!