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This is a generalised care sheet for Cyclosternums, a genus titled (Cyclosternum). For more in this femily see Category:Theraphosidae, or for a more detailed species care sheet see Category:Cyclosternum.
 Breeding Cyclosternum
Breeding tarantulas can be extremely difficult but can also be extremely rewarding. From a successful mating, anywhere from 50 to 2000 eggs can be produced, depending upon the size and species of the female. The Brazilian Salmon Pink (Lasiodora parahybana) are of the larger species and have been known to produce some 1500-2000 eggs in one sac. Another popular species The Goliath Bird Eater (Theraphosa blondi) however, has been known to produce as little as 50 eggs despite its āgoliathā size.
The basic steps involved in breeding tarantulas are discussed further:
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