H. incei

mcdeez

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I have been reading in other threads that H. incei are communal. i was just wandering if this is like the a. avic they tolerate each other until one gets really hungry or are they truly communal.
 

cheetah13mo

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I've seen pics and read that they are truly comunal given each one has their own hide and they are always well fed. I have one but only one so I have no personal experience with this.
 

Talkenlate04

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I have also read threads of wild habitats being home to dozens of them in a small area.

I would think the well fed rule would still apply. If they get hungery I am sure they would eventually view their brothers and sisters as a food item.
 

Alice

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try looking in the genus picture thread. someone showed pics of their communal tank there and explained how it worked out. there still was cannibalism, out of a whole sac only a dozen or a bit more actually made it to adulthood. they started reproducing in the communal setup though...
 

8Pat

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I know Martin and Amanda (tarcan and the red queen) keep a bunch together. And yes it started as an egg sac.
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