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PostSubject: chilobrachy species question   2/22/2014, 1:16 am

hey I was thinking about getting a few chilobrachys

but I don't know anything about them

are they burrowers, so will I never see them once I get them ?

are they aggressive ? do they web a lot ?

humidity ?

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PostSubject: Re: chilobrachy species question   2/22/2014, 8:51 am

Chilobrachys comes from Asia. Depending from what specific species you want, expect its enclosure requirements to be slightly on the warm side, moist substrate, supplemental weekly mistings, and high humidity requirements.

They are defensive but not necessarily aggressive. They do burrow but will show semi-arboreal habits and would even spread out in the open on a dim day.
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