Hausing of ''genuses''?

GrofKjans

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I was just wondering:
Is it right to house all the species of one genus in the same way?
For example, will the purpurea, sp. amazonica, versicolor, metallica, avicularia, etc. be fine if housed in the, let's say proper way of housing A. versicolour? And I don't asking this only because of the Avicularia's, I'm also interested in any other genus.
Or simply, do you house all T's of one genus in the same way, and what are your remarks?

PS: sorry but my english is crap!:eek: so I hope I had put it down so you can uderstand me...
 

KingBowser

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Yeah I more or less house all of my genuses in a similar fashion...all Brachypelma on the dry side, Avics & Pokies aboreal with more attention to humidity, etc.
 

Merfolk

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Some Pokies have slightly different temperature and humidity requirements, like those from mountain areas! But nothing very dramatic!
 

GrofKjans

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Some Pokies have slightly different temperature and humidity requirements, like those from mountain areas! But nothing very dramatic!
That is what I meant. It would be nice if you can say which ones are from mountain areas and which not, and what are precisely those differences.

And if anybody want to say similar things regarding other genuses here is the place:D
 
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