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Mated my p metalica female with salmon pink

Spodypoo

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I really hope you are lying.
I'm kidding.. I'm terrified of spodens,, my man has around 15 and I asked him the other day about breading I thought u could mix bread and he told me no, I just wanted to see the reactions for myself. Clearly it's something you guys don't do then .x
 

Enn49

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I'm kidding.. I'm terrified of spodens,, my man has around 15 and I asked him the other day about breading I thought u could mix bread and he told me no, I just wanted to see the reactions for myself. Clearly it's something you guys don't do then .x
Glad to hear it.
If we all keep the species pure then captive bred tarantulas could be reintroduced into the wild if the need arises.
 

Casey K.

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Two different genus' will not reproduce. Physically impossible for that to happen. Hybridizing only takes away from mother natures natural beauty. It disrupts her cycle. Kinda like oil spills in the ocean. Not a very nice thing for her to have to endure. There have been some instances in the wild where hybridizing has occurred but that's where it should stay....in the wild. Evolution will run its course. Hybridizing in the hobby is wrong. It should be illegal if you ask me but thats just my honest opinion.
 

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