- Jul 19, 2002
This past weekend I had the opertunity to do some early spring late winter T hunting. The hunt produced, all t's are about 3 inches and not much bigger. Well I have quite a few 5 gallon tanks available, and after taking some of there natural dirt I decided to have 2 or 3 of the yonger Aphonopelmas live together. Now you might be thinking that Im stupid or something to that extent, but all of you should be aware that in the wild many t' burrows are only a foot are so apart about the same as a 5 gallon length wise. What I did first was put one t' in and alowed her to pick her burrow and start to dig it. When that spot was chosen I put a divider in and allowed the other one to dig his burrow. When they are both complete here in a few days I will take the divider out and see what happens. It is however my understanding that aphonopelmas are canabalistic, iv seen it first hand. Though I feel that these 2 will cohabitate just fine because of how they live in the wild, and how healthy they were when they were caught. What are your thoughts.