- Dec 8, 2006
If you consider owning females the goal of owning a T species, then you are unlucky. I had only males for about 10 years, then in a few months had about 5 females from different species I raised, all long lived species.I've had 5 juve's mature in the last 3months and every one has been a male (I've had these guys since they were sub 1cm)
Are males more common or am i just unlucky? (I suppose unlucky isn't the word as the Theraphosa MM's are quite sought after I'm told?)
What are your ratios?
My MM's are....
No one has any idea on gender ratios, ie peer-reviewed articles, to the best of knowledge.
Well it does take 2 different genders to make slings, so I'm not sure why you question if MMs are needed hahahah
In the USA at least, MMs can increase your collection very EASILY.