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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by Tia B, Mar 6, 2018.
If you posted a ventral shot it would make iding it a lot easier.
Yup, @boina already suggested I do that, so I will upload one as soon as I get a chance.
WOW! stunning spider how much did you pay
50 dollars, cage included.
That's a steal, even compared to European prices!!
I will not go looking at our Craigslist equivalent! I will not go looking at our Craigslist equivalent. I will not go looking at our Craigslist equivalent... Maybe just a peek...
I would say P regalis. ... between the markings and the yellow coloring .... but I am no expert...
@boina @Greasylake Will this picture do?
This is the image I used to compare the patterns to, and it looks to me like you've got a Striata. What I ended up using as the definitive factor was that one black band just before the first joint on the rear legs. A beautiful spider you got there.
Not Craigs list but our version of it in Canada
Tarantulas for sale !!! acanthoscurria geniculata (adult male) pamphobeteus sp.vespertinus(adult male) theraphosa stirmi (female 2 years old around 5inch) lampropelma nigerrimum (2inch female) only for experienced breeders who have been in the hobby for years !!! dangerous specimens !!! Msg me if interested
Makes you shake your head
Who would have guessed that the geniculata was a dangerous specimen. They used the latin names so they must know what they're talking about right?
I wouldn't classify anything n the list as dangerous some not for beginners maybe but dangerous come on..
Can anybody tell the gender of this specimen from this picture?
I assume this person was referring to the Lampropelma...they are an advanced species.
And I'd say @Greasylake is right, it's most likely a striata.
well then im gonna start looking around on craigslist im looking for a Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens and trying not to break the bank at the same time so if i dont get one at the expo im going to next month ill definitely go looking on craigslist also question does GBB stand for green bottle blue ive always wondered that
Yes GBB does stand for green bottle blue.
Ha, saw the same ad. Contacted the guy and he said he's selling the stirmi for $250. Seems a little steep to me.
Not worth it imo, you can find better deals. it really isn't worth it.
Could be what he ment...but the way the add was written made me think that was directed at everything he had