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Old 04-11-2011, 06:33 PM
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Does anyone keep Ornithoctonus aureotibialis?
I've tried looking on the internet for information about there care and venom potency but I can't find anything, could they be kept the same as H. minax because I read these use to be sold as H. minax in the past?

I really like the look of them

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I have two, great to look at IF you ever see them. Pet holes I keep just like H Livindum with a really deep substrate for them to burrow in.
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Yep, a pretty standard Asian burrowing set up. 1 x tub and 1 x mound of damp earth, just add feisty spider and enjoy the view...
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Got a couple of males for breeding loans here if either of you wants one
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Got a couple of males for breeding loans here if either of you wants one
it's typical having both male, I get this all the time lately...
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Does anyone keep Ornithoctonus aureotibialis?
I've tried looking on the internet for information about there care and venom potency but I can't find anything, could they be kept the same as H. minax because I read these use to be sold as H. minax in the past?
I had one female in the past, she was real stunner and came out of the burrow almost every night. They can be kept like other Haplopelmas; it's an agrresive and pretty venomous asian spider.Ornithoctonus aureotibialis was known as Haplopelma aureopilosum in the past.
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i have a female ,pretty and fast
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