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Neoholothele incei gold


Neoholothele incei will create a very interesting and beautiful webcomplex, especially when kept communal. The way they’re waiting for unexpecting prey to pass by, catching it with an amazing speed, is very intriguing. Unless they’re in pre-molt, Neoholothele incei won’t refuse prey very fast.

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Also known as “Trinidad olive”, is a very beautiful dwarfspecies due to its behavior, coloration, size and speed from Trinidad and Venezuela. Contrary to what you might expect from a tarantula, Holothele incei is with a span width of 6cm not the tallest of the family. The species is very popular amongst hobbyists, because of their communal capabilities. Neoholothele incei is sometimes named as Hapalopus incei.

Neoholothele incei is a species of tarantula from Trinidad and Venezuela, commonly called the Trinidad olive tarantula. When mature, the species has a leg-span exceeding 5–7.5 cm.


Neoholothele incei is a docile, but very fast species. Interesting is the fact Neoholothele incei can be kept communal. Provide a correct amount of food in order to prevent cannibalism. This semi-social lifestyle is very special for a bird spider. Similar behavior has been observed by other Ischnocolinae (Heterothele spp.), Eumenophorinae (Hysterocrates spp., Monocentropus spp.) and some species of the Poecilotheria-genus.

If you buy a Neoholothele incei online (without seeing the specimen first) then you may want to enquire which color form is on offer. Generally the olive form is treated as the “default” while “gold” specimens will have this added onto the end of their Latin name in some way. An example would be “Neoholothele incei gold”.

Heavy Web Production

Neoholothele incei is considered a “heavy webber” – that is to say that they produce copious amounts of web around their cage. There’s no denying that this just looks cool, and it can be fascinating to watch their lair slowly develop over weeks and months.

Communal Behaviour

Neoholothele incei has gained a reputation in the tarantula hobby for communal living. Unlike many other tarantulas, which will rapidly eat each other if kept together, some keepers claim to have successfully kept groups of this species together for long periods of time.


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