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C.Tropix Australian Dwarf species

Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by jigalojey, Oct 21, 2014.

  1. jigalojey

    jigalojey Arachnoknight

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    Here is one of my female C.tropix pretty thick species and highly defensive I would give them a 9/10 in terms of defensiveness they can also hiss! She is due for a molt soon and I will make sure to capture their amazing post molt colours. I will also show you my mature male C. tropix who passed away last year
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  2. jigalojey

    jigalojey Arachnoknight

  3. Blue Jaye

    Blue Jaye Arachnobaron

    Very cool !!
     
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  4. jigalojey

    jigalojey Arachnoknight

    They are also prolific webbers.
     
  5. Tusly69

    Tusly69 Arachnopeon

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    I have one sling. I want know the size they grow too. Thanks
     
  6. Ultum4Spiderz

    Ultum4Spiderz Arachnoking Active Member

    Cool why do so few Ts hiss?I got none that do
     
  7. jigalojey

    jigalojey Arachnoknight

    My girl is about 9-10 cms these days, I have seen them get to 13 cms. They get horrifically stunted growth if you breed them yearly, if you dont breed them get get about twice the size.
     
  8. Tusly69

    Tusly69 Arachnopeon

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    Thanks for reply. Mine still rather small. I may breed him or her later. Plenty people to breed C.tropix with. It's Body length is over 2cm. I'll try post clear photo when I get one.