N chromatus or A geniculata

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3 years 9 months ago #72283 by jacques
I'm still new so I take ur word for it. But so far all 3 of them my fav, don't know why lol

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3 years 9 months ago #72284 by Martin Oosthuysen
The nhandus have a huge appetite, same with the A.geniculata or a.brocklehursti.

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3 years 9 months ago #72287 by jacques
How huge? How many crickets a week would u recommend or is it better to let the T decide? Can u over feed them?

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3 years 9 months ago #72288 by Martin Oosthuysen
Well this my personal experience so far, so by no means tarantula law lol. I feed my tarantulas one or two crickets per week dependant on size, cricket and tarantula size. I haven't had one bad molt, or a tarantula that had to sign up for the biggest loser. Also they usually stop eating pre molt, and after a molt I tend to stay away 10 days, big tarantulas even way longer.

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3 years 9 months ago #72350 by jacques

Martin wrote: The nhandus have a huge appetite, same with the A.geniculata or a.brocklehursti.


Wow I'm starting to see wat u mean, they are ruthless!!! My bigger 1 (Tyrant) just killed both crickets in a matter of split seconds... Amazing!!!!

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3 years 9 months ago #72351 by Martin Oosthuysen
Hello
Yes absolutely great appetites, thats why I love the genus. Same with the lasiodoras, not expensive but a sure treat to have. I have the nhandu Carapoensis, and 3 lasiodora species parahybana difficilis and klugi. Not that they are rare at all, but a must in any collection.

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