Is not a stupid questionOriginally posted by WarIsPeace
Thanks for the information and the links. I couldn't find much info, either. What you provided will help a lot.
I post some on sports-related forums and other forums, and none of them compare to this one. Everyone here just tries to help. I can actually come here and ask a stupid question and not get "beat up." Amazing.=D
Probably referring to the spider's ability to easily tolerate temp and humidity variations more easily than other species. Some species require a narrow temperature range and high humidity which can be difficult to maintain, but others (like my P. murinus) while very potent and defensive, is a snap to take care of. Tolerates a wide temp range and likes it bone dry. I fill the water dish once a week and throw a couple crickets in and I'm done. Very easy to keep. I'm guessing you'd keep this one as a P. murinus and see how it responds. If it starts hovering over the water dish, keep it a little more humid. I'm betting it likes it fairly dry.Easy to keep and control (strange if they are poisonous)