P. nigricolor questions??

bioshock

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I've read up a little about these and was wanting to know peoples opinions on these.
How fast are these in speed compared to other spiders?
What's the temperment on these guys?
Do they like it dry or moist?
Are they slow or fast growers?
 

Mack&Cass

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You're not really asking for people's opinions, you're asking for the basic care of them, which is easily found by searching.

If you can't (for some reason) find anything on P. nigricolor, just look up care of Pamphobeteus. They're all kept the same.

Cass
 

NevularScorpion

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How fast are these in speed compared to other spiders?

they are slow terestrial that loves flick hair when feels threaten

What's the temperment on these guys?

scale 1-10 they are 7

Do they like it dry or moist?

I keep mine moist because they are from the rainforest

Are they slow or fast growers?
4+ before the reach adulthood
 

Miss Bianca

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Mack&Cass is right, you can get basic info on care by searching ,
and I wanted to add, that all of my Pamphobeteus are beasts when it comes
to eating.
Most of them pounce on their prey as if they haven't eaten in 6 months and
are onto it before it reaches the substrate. Also, I wouldn't say they're slow.
Not teleport fast like some species, but not slow.
As far as my opinion, I think they're awesome.
 

bioshock

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How fast are these in speed compared to other spiders?

they are slow terestrial that loves flick hair when feels threaten

What's the temperment on these guys?

scale 1-10 they are 7

Do they like it dry or moist?

I keep mine moist because they are from the rainforest

Are they slow or fast growers?
4+ before the reach adulthood


thanks alot kudos to you!! {D {D :worship: :worship:
 

CAK

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Mack&Cass is right, you can get basic info on care by searching ,
and I wanted to add, that all of my Pamphobeteus are beasts when it comes
to eating.
Most of them pounce on their prey as if they haven't eaten in 6 months and
are onto it before it reaches the substrate.
Also, I wouldn't say they're slow.
Not teleport fast like some species, but not slow.
As far as my opinion, I think they're awesome.
I can't wash the glass in the tank with windex... Mine will pounce so fast and hard it won't see the edge of the tank will go right through the glass! :}

Ok, little exaggerated... but mine are my most favorite to feed! They will do Mach 9 across the tank for a chunky dubia!
 
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