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Here's one possibility. This genus contains many members which are very similar in terms of husbandry that differ only in looks and availability.
Here's another classic species. B vagans is also a classic first tarantula as well, great alternative & one of the most under rated species ever.
She turned out to be a he, but since they grow slowly, sex isn't as important.
If you want to do an arboreal instead of a terrestrial, these are a great choice. I'd get a sling at or over 2" because they can be a little delicate. You need an elevated water dish, halfway decent or better airflow or better. They are a DRY spider. Aside from the waterdish which should be always full, they require ZERO additional moisture ever.
She also turned out to be a male most likely, but still awesome.
It is enough. You don’t have a pink toe. I’ve had mine for almost a year with just a water dish and it’s still kicking.If you have moss and coco,fiber to hold humidity, I would agree,but these are arboreal and come from humid places, so,I don't think just a water dish is enough.
If you have moss and coco,fiber to hold humidity, I would agree,but these are arboreal and come from humid places, so,I don't think just a water dish is enough.