As part of the British Tarantula society's national collection scheme, I
have had several breeding successes with The Brazilian white knee
The advantage of keeping large numbers of the same species is that you can
selectively breed unrelated, brightly coloured, large specimens together.
The result is (hopefully) strong non-inbred stock which will go on to breed
within the hobby and maintain good ***-lines.
The problem is that it leaves the collection holder with a whole shed-load
of spiderlings which is the reason for this post.
If any UK subscribers to this NG would like any A. geniculata spiderlings, I
have many available at a low price.