This is the best I could do for you, not a lot of info on this one species, that I could find. Just care for them like you would anyother Megaphobema species. Here ya go: http://www.arachnoboards.com/ab/showthread.php?t=13985Anyone? Any info?
Ok, thanks a lot!This is the best I could do for you, not a lot of info on this one species, that I could find. Just care for them like you would anyother Megaphobema species. Here ya go: http://www.arachnoboards.com/ab/showthread.php?t=13985
I'm housing it in a 30x20x20 cm terrarium (about 12'' x 8'' x 8'').How big a container you housing it in? Do you happen to know the sex? If you can get a vertal shot of it (underneath by the book lungs) then I'm sure me and a lot of other people can determine the sex for you. Just a thought in case you were wondering.
Thanks beetleman!wow i used to have that ssp. a very long time ago,when they were being imported, they must be kept very moist,otherwise they will dehydrate quickly,other than that they do great:clap: very cool spider! i miss having those.
Thanks Alice! That's a good advice. I'll do that, and I'll keep it in a room without heating.they are burrowers, so i would offer it a hide and lots of substrate - they tend to burrow under a protected spot like a hide. also, mind that you don't keep this species too warm, they like rather low temperatures (around 20° celsius, in winter even lower).