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Psalmopoeus langenbucheri

Adult Female

Psalmopoeus langenbucheri
CEC, Feb 16, 2017
    • Jeff23
      What a beauty! I wish this tarantula was more available here in the states.
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    • CEC
      @Jeff23
      Thanks to Advan's efforts to give others a chance to make them more available here. I haven't seen any other breedings or imports for a few years. Fortunately, there will be males maturing soon. ;)
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    • Moonohol
      Fantastic!
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    • ThisMeansWAR
      Such a badass! Gorgeous. Are there like - Westminister Dog Show's for theraphosidaes? "Westminister T Show?" Best in show, mate. This one is now officially on my list
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    • CEC
      @ThisMeansWAR Thanks, these are the smallest Psalmopoeus sp. described. I believe there is a best in show award (or something similar) givin out at the BTS conference in England.
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    • cold blood
      @CEC

      please let me know if you or your bro ever hatch any of these...same for reduncus.

      On that note, I thought reduncus was regarded as the smallest member of the genus? What's max size of them?? I always thought somewhere in that 4-5" (but not really over 5) range for both species.
    • CEC
      @cold blood I certainly will. Males from my bro's first hatching should be maturing soon.

      These guys are definitely smaller than reduncus. I'd say 1+" smaller than reduncus. They don't appear as stocky, either.
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