O.K. let me start off by saying I'm posting this for all the input I can get so please reply a post.
Five years ago I was pet store hunting looking for a new friend. I was seeking some scorpions but my search for them was put off when I came across one of the greatest sights for my eyes to ever see. In the corner of this newly found pet store was a large hex tank with a blue glow. I went closer to find that the blue light was being absorbed by white webs. Massive amounts of webs filled this tank, you couldn't even see through it. What type or size of spider could do this I asked my self. At the time I had know clue of what tarantulas where expect they looked like spiders but with more hair.
As I studied the web filled tank I saw a large black tarantula and then a second and after that a third. There must have been atleast a dozen Avicularia purpurea ( I think common name is Pink Toe) in a single tank.
I've asked others about it and most say cannot be done but I was told by one it could be done if the spiderlings where raised together.
Can Avicularia be housed together?
If so how?
Has any one even heard or seen anything like this before?
I was to stuipd at the time to ask the pet store owner and I've moved out of state since then.