New World Fossoril Dwarf Tarantula

Communal tarantula



  • This dwarf species has a beautiful carapace and its abdomen is striped.
  • The Trinidad Olive is a small tarantula.
  • It is a prolific webber and will web up the entire cage, making web tunnels.
  • This is one of the few tarantulas that are communal in nature.
  • They can be observed feeding together.
  • This is also a beautiful species and easy to care for.



  • Ideal temperature 23°-27°C and humidity at 60%.



  • This species does need a hide for the purpose of attaching its web; it will make a network of tunnels from webbing.


Food Consumption:

  • Feed slings twice a week.
  • Feed adults once a week.
  • Food size should be the size of the carapace.
  • This tarantula is a great eater.


Water Requirements:

  • Keep a water dish in the tank.


Growth Rate:

  • The growth rate of this species is medium. Adult leg span 6 to 7cm



  • Because of their skittish nature, they aren't the best species to handle.
  • If approached they will usually go into a threat posture, but is usuallly a bluff, their best defense is to flee.

Neoholothele incei 1cm (Trinidad Olive) Dwarf species



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