My Thrixopelma ockerti gave me a beautiful egg sac again this year and 100% of the eggs are now 2nd instar.
So I did a bit of reading on this beautiful tarantula and found the following.
I quote a bit from-
Schneider, Frank & Auer, Hans-Werner; 2008. Thrixopelma ockerti Schmidt, 1994 - Natürliche Verbreitung, Haltung und Zucht im Terrarium. Arachne 13 (1), 4-10.
"In their account they tell that no specimens could be found on the ground even after meticulously searching in more than one trip. The species were eventually found living all together arboreally. Probably an adaptation to the annual floodings of the floodplain in which the species can be found."
Which makes this an excellent candidate for communal species.
I will be selling groups of this spider and just as well I found this before I split them all into tubs.