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Riesenvogelspinnen: Theraphosa Blondi & Theraphosa Apophysis

By: Hans-Werner Auer
94 pages, illustrations
Riesenvogelspinnen: Theraphosa Blondi & Theraphosa Apophysis
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Language: German

This book discusses the requirements to keep and breed two species of the genus Theraphosa, which are amongst the most popular tarantulas.

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By: Hans-Werner Auer
94 pages, illustrations
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