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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by CutterSnake, Nov 6, 2018.

  1. CutterSnake

    CutterSnake Arachnopeon

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    Hey Guys,

    i will post all my spiders here but this will take a few days :D But for now lets just start with these here:

    You may use these pictures to share wherever you like - just mention me with this thread here :)

    Avicularia sp. (Avi. avi maybe) 1

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    Avicularia sp. (Avi. avi maybe) 2

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    Avicularia sp. Colombia (sry for the flash lil guy)

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    Caribena versicolor


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    Ybyrapora diversipes

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    Monocentropus balfouri (1.3 Group)

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    Pictures that are coming next:

    Avicularia aurantiaca
    Avicularia cf. bicegoi
    Avicularia huriana
    Avicularia metallica
    Avicularia sp. "Peru Purple"
    Avicularia sp. Ecuador
    Avicularia purpurea
    Avicularia rufa (brazil)
    Avicularia minatrix
     
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  2. Kydog100

    Kydog100 Arachnopeon Active Member

    You have quite a few Avicularia tarantulas why is that?
     
  3. CutterSnake

    CutterSnake Arachnopeon

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    Because ... look at them :D How could you not love these fluffy fuzzy Things :D
     
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  4. Kydog100

    Kydog100 Arachnopeon Active Member

    True, I ask only because I'm looking for a starter spider and wanted to know why you liked Avicularia so much
     
  5. CutterSnake

    CutterSnake Arachnopeon

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    My first spider was a G. rosea. Super chill T. Avis can be sometimes a bit twitchy and fast and if you dont know what to do you may freak out when a big one (like Peru Purple) starts a small run. They would ,most of the time, never bite but they like to start running. And small avis are sometimes hard to keep because sometimes, with no reason at all, they just die.

    So if u want to start with T's - start with a hamorii or a rosea. If you want to start with an Avi - choose a big one and not a sling. :)
     
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  6. Kydog100

    Kydog100 Arachnopeon Active Member

    Thank you I will be sure to look into that :)
     
  7. CutterSnake

    CutterSnake Arachnopeon

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    Avicularia sp. "Peru Purple" (Big Female)

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    Avicularia cf. rufa (1.1)

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    Avicularia purpurea (1.1)

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    Avicularia sp "Colombia" (Number 2)

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    Avicularia merianae

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    Avicularia aurantiaca

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    Avicularia huriana

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    Avicularia cf. bicegoi (or whatever the real name is now)

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