Easiest & Rarest Tarantula to breed at the moment ?

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4 years 2 days ago #71543 by Edrich
I'm looking for some opinions from the experts on what would be considered the easier but also the rarest tarantula to breed with at the moment.

Or in other words what the most profitable species is to breed?(are there other factors to have in mind for example , number of eggs?)

I'm also trying to get a general idea if people are breeding to make some money out of it or are they doing it for the fun of it.

I am a first time breeder having recently bred my brachypelma vagans so I am really interested in what most people think on the subject.

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4 years 2 days ago #71546 by Taki Tsonis
There's quite a lot of rare and difficult species but currently in SA especially, I would say T blondi or T apophysis would be a very good bet.

You can take an Aphonopelma to crickets but you can't make it eat!

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4 years 2 days ago #71547 by Edrich
Ok but you would consider T blondi rare and difficult to breed....... rather than something that is easier to breed is it not?

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4 years 2 days ago #71548 by Deon
I will be first in line for a T.blondi. ;)

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4 years 2 days ago #71549 by Deon
Grammostola pulchra, may be an easier one to try, fetch good prices and are scarce in the hobby.

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4 years 1 day ago #71555 by Shaun Tosen
Why not try P. Met or M. Balfouri

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