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Mexican Red Knee Tarantula



Scientific name:

Brachypelma Smithii



Category: Inverts

Care rating:Region: CentralAmerica

Care: The minimum reccomended enclosure size for the Mexican Red Knee Tarantula is three times its legspan in width and depth and one times its legspan high. A day time temperature of 80-85F, a night time temperature of 70-75F, a misting once/twice a week, good air circulation and a suitable burrowing substrate will accomodate a Mexican Red Knee Tarantula.

Habitat: As the name suggests the Mexican Red Knee Tarantula can be found in parts of Mexico and Central America. The Mexican Red Knee is a terrestrial obligate burrower and can be found in dry grasslands and forests.

Diet: The Mexican Red Knee Tarantula enjoys a varied diet of appropriatly sized crickets, locusts, waxworms, morioworms and othe small invertebrates.

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