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Any New Additions?

Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by Venom1080, Apr 20, 2017.

  1. CommanderBacon

    CommanderBacon Arachnosquire Active Member

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    I paid way too much for a 1/3" H. chilensis sling last night. I hope to heck that the listing wasn't a mistake, though. That species has been on my Must Have list forrrreeeevvveerrrrrr and no one has it! Also I am impatient.

    Now I wait for it to ship on Monday :eek:
     
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  2. The Seraph

    The Seraph Arachnobaron Active Member

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    How much was it?
     
  3. CommanderBacon

    CommanderBacon Arachnosquire Active Member

    I'm ashamed to say, tbh XD
     
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  4. JenM

    JenM Arachnopeon

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    9FBAB5DE-DC90-4D10-B28A-924F27057529.jpeg D5FDDC80-4790-4398-9E14-67F39A33A66C.jpeg 9B776091-45DD-44D5-8B2F-EB1EEA53C5F4.jpeg ABE28416-6B5A-4E70-A9B0-07BB23545AFC.jpeg My daughter and I adopted an
    Aphonopelma seemanni(named Stella and she’s the shy one) a few weeks ago and an Grammostola Pulchra (named Whiskey and she’s the baby) just last week. Whiskey is a smaller sling than Stella and we believe she started molting today. She had laid down webbing among some greenery we have in her home and she looks to be molting. We don’t want to disturb her so we are anxiously waiting. . We have a G Rosea (named Rosie and is the oldest) and an Avic (named Diva and she is definitely a Diva.) We love our “girls.” Rosie always molts on her back. Diva doesn’t like being on her back. Stella hasn’t molted yet. Well she always is burrowed so I’m guessing. I can’t tell if Whiskey is on her back and I definitely don’t want to stress her out. Just have to wait for our little one to finish so we can see her. So. We wait .
     
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  5. volcanopele

    volcanopele Arachnosquire

    So now my wife and I are up to 62 between the two of us. I picked up a juvenile suspect female Grammostola actaeon (now named “Daphne”) last weekend from Ken the Bug Guy and a sub-adult female Brachypelma vagans from another local pet shop today. The vagans is now named Galadriel (to match the theme of my other B. vagans, the MM Bilbo Vagans).

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    The fact that of the seven tarantulas I’ve gotten in the last month, 3 are different species of “red rump” is not lost on me.
     
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  6. basin79

    basin79 Arachnoking Active Member

    Yep. This little stunner. Brachypelma emilia. She's around 5cm DLS.


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  7. thebronzedragon

    thebronzedragon Arachnopeon

    Got a 1/4" A. geniculata, 3/4" C. cyaneopubescens, 3/4" M. balfouri, 4-5" P. imperator and a nice 1/4" B. albopilosum freebie.
     
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  8. dangerforceidle

    dangerforceidle Arachnobaron Active Member

    Excuse me, Miss. You seem to have something on your face.
     
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  9. basin79

    basin79 Arachnoking Active Member

    I didn't notice it until I looked at the pics. Proper annoying.
     
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  10. Katiekooleyes

    Katiekooleyes Arachnosquire

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    Brachypelma albopilosom, confirmed female. 8cm dls juve. She's such a cutie lil fuzz-bum! She's my 3rd T, and probably the most chilled so far!
     
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  11. LV-426

    LV-426 Arachnobaron

    FBD528FE-8A78-4B33-AE1A-712DE89F9AC3.jpeg Picked up 3 Pterinochilus murinus slings today at Repticon.
     
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  12. Patherophis

    Patherophis Arachnoknight Active Member

    Brachypelma emilia and Homoeomma chilensis females. :) Only sexed Ts I have ever bought, still feeling a bit strange about that, but got very good price on the first and amazing price on the second.
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  13. Steve0

    Steve0 Arachnopeon

    Hello just got our first T today and we love him/her. Any help on keeping the T happy would be appreciated. Thanks
     

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  14. lostbrane

    lostbrane Arachnobaron Arachnosupporter

    O. schioedtei and Haplopelma/Cyriopagopus sp. bach ma slings
     
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  15. Dapink02

    Dapink02 Arachnopeon

    A few days ago I picked up a Neoholothele incei gold form. It's only about 2cm but it's a webbing machine!
     
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  16. lostbrane

    lostbrane Arachnobaron Arachnosupporter

    Just got done setting up another AF P. regalis. She pretty. She's also very chill. Yay.
     
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  17. Greasylake

    Greasylake Arachnoprince Active Member

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    Picked up a Heterothele villosella yesterday.
     
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  18. Hoxter

    Hoxter Arachnopeon Active Member

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    Just got myself 4 new slings. Aphonopelma bicoloratum and seemanni, Grammostola rosea and pulchripes. Only A. bicoloratum is around one inch, rest is actually around half of that.
     
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  19. docwade87

    docwade87 Arachnopeon

    Just ordered a D. Diamantinensis sling and a H. Pulchripes sling from Jamie’s Ts!! Can’t wait to get them next week!!
     
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  20. dangerforceidle

    dangerforceidle Arachnobaron Active Member

    A few new friends today! All arrived healthy and quite energetic.

    Poecilotheria sp. Sri Lanka "Pascal Lesellier" -- this one is a bit of a mystery. It is thought to be a possible third variant of P. subfusca, also found in the Sri Lankan highlands, larger in size to P. subfusca HL. Thread here with this forum post linked on page 2 (in French, but Chrome will offer to translate). Possible it could also be P. subfusca Lowland.

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    Poecilotheria ornata spiderling, very excellently camouflaged.

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    And a freebie Brachypelma albopilosum, already happily eating a small mealworm. Out of focus a bit, unfortunately, as it's quite tiny but it's a Brachy sling and we all know what they look like. The substrate is a bit wet at the moment but the enclosure is pretty well ventilated and it's dry in the T closet, so it should dry up in short order.

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