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David Maguire
Posted: February 08, 2007 09:19 pm
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Haplopelma lividum

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or just aggresion and humidity and is this more aggresive than a ptrnichilos murinus
or stromatopelma
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James Campbell
Posted: February 09, 2007 01:04 pm
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these things are EXTREEMLY agressive. Far more than P.Murinus RCF imo.

Give them lots of soil, keep them moist (not damp though).
keep them warm although they were perfectly happy at room temp in my bedroom.
I'd hesitate a guess at putting them next to something else in your collection but not directly next to the heat mat. As i said, these spiders are extreemly fast and will bite you if you give them half a chance. The cooler they are the slower they move. That said and too cold will kill them so keep that in mind laugh.gif

Don't be scared of them, but keep your nerve and be careful with what you do inside their tank and you'll be fine.

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PS: I you haven't already got them, get some 12inch tweezers. you'll need them.

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