- Feb 7, 2010
Yeah, between the stunning colors and being able to keep them communally and watch the mothers take care of their young, this is actually the species I'd be most interested in trying to breed - if I were to breed tarantulas at all. (Of course, given the escape rate with my Paravaejovus scorplings, I'm not sure I'm ready to breed anything venomous! I thought the dang things weren't supposed to be able to climb??? They're double-boxed, so they aren't really getting out, but still...)Yeah i'm in love with their coloration. I hadn't even heard about this species until a month ago
Tell me about it. That's basically how i ended up with the last 8 spiders i have. Apparently they received a giant order the other day so they've got all this new stuff. Couple newer species too (I. zorodes & P. bromilocola i believe) My wallet hurts.Great. I have to get crickets there tomorrow.
I got one of their sub-adult, female chalcodes. I just don't have the patience to get a sling of one of those.Haha you've got more will power than I do I guess. Is your chalcodes an adult or sling?
When you are ready, these are my 2 suggestions, A. ezendami or C. marshalli (with a shout out to darlingi). The ceratogryus are always out, the ezendami are also out a fair amount of the time and tend to be about as non-confrontational as a baboon can get.I suspect it's only a matter of time before I make the jump to OW terrestrials.