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Neoholotheleincei, commonly known as Trinidad olive, is a dwarf, terrestrial species.
They originate from Trinidad, require temperatures between 22-26°c and the humidity to be kept around 70-80%
Females can grow to a leg span of up to 10cm, with the males maturing at a smaller size.
This new world species is suitable for beginner keepers, they can be kept as a communal group from slings to juvenile stage, although success and mortality rates vary.
This species are great webbers and make for a fascinating display animal