Introducing new M. balfouri as communal?

HybridReplicate

Spectrostatic
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I'm interested in if it is possible to introduce unrelated M. balfouri of equivalent size & the same sex (F) into an enclosure.

If so, what is the best way to go about it? Should special accommodations be made, e.g. individual hides?

Thanks in advance!
 

Trenor

Arachnoprince
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I've been thinking about merging my two communal enclosures when I rehouse them next. That way they'll all be in a new space and no one will have an already settled zone. In the end it might not matter as much but my larger ones will need to be rehoused soon anyway.
 

Haksilence

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It's typically a bad idea to introduce new specimens to an already established enclosure/communal. If you want to make additions, rehouse all of them to a new enclosure so there is no preestablished grouping/hides ECT. Chances are if you're adding to it you'll need more space anyway
 
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