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Think of it like this: if you don't do everything you can to ensure you're only crossing members of the same species (and I can see where this might be a difficult task) your first big risk is that the matings won't take at all - they'll either fight/ignore one another, or breed and nothing comes from it. Second, maybe you do get a viable sac, but after raising all those up, they're all sterile and you've got nothing to show for it but better than a year of wasted time and effort. Since breedable hybrid offspring is the rare exception of an exceptional event, no matter how hard it seems, breeding *within* the same species will be far easier overall.Originally posted by david
Also not always with species name, just come as nephila from africa,ect ect,so to have a breeding programe of nephila is slow,and possibly with inbreeding.