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New Addition to the Group

Discussion in 'Tarantula Questions & Discussions' started by Quiet-1, Oct 14, 2003.

  1. Quiet-1

    Quiet-1 Arachnopeon

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    I was in Chicago this past weekend and stopped by the NARBC at Tinley Park. Since I keep both herps and T's, I thought this would be a great place to look around for the afternoon. I did see a load of great-looking herps, but did not see many T's. I thought that Kane and Regal were supposed to be there, but the only invert dealer there was Art from Midwest. A few of the larger herp suppliers had a couple of T's on their tables, but Art had a great display with some gorgeous T's! I did wind up getting a G. pulchra sling from Art to add to my collection of an A. seemani (sub-adult), B. smithi (juvie), A. moderatum (juvie), L. parahybana (sling), and G. aureastriata (sling). I am really looking forward to watching the slings grow, and just observing the rest of my "zoo" do their day to day activities.
     
  2. rosehaired1979

    rosehaired1979 Arachnoking Old Timer

    cool and congrats on the new additions
     
  3. PapaSmurf

    PapaSmurf Arachnodemon Old Timer

    chaco golden knee slings are like the slowest growing T's i've ever seen!!
    but it's all worth it when there sub-adults tho, great looking colors to them, A.seemani are rather fast growing i've got 2 adult females and a sub adult male(pretty sure on this one but not quit ) A.seemani is prolly my favorit T, i can hold 2 of my 3 there not really aggressive just fast, anyways have fun with 'em.



    josh
     
  4. FRAZE01

    FRAZE01 Arachnoknight Old Timer

    You mean that my 2 are getting soft on you?
     
  5. SpiderTwin

    SpiderTwin Arachnoangel Old Timer

    It's always fun to get a new T, and a G. pulchra is a great one.

    Have fun with it:)
     
  6. Gregg1LE

    Gregg1LE Arachnoknight Old Timer

    You have a great collection there-have fun with the new ones!
     
  7. Charlie

    Charlie Arachnobaron Old Timer

    What!

    MAN!!

    The new guy comes and allready has a better collection than me!

    What kind of crap is that? :mad:

    For real though, Welcome to the boards and to the hobby. We are very glad to have you. :)

    -Charlie
     
  8. Quiet-1

    Quiet-1 Arachnopeon

    I did not know that newbies had to keep their coolections at a lower tier than you veteran collectors ;) I just got as much info as I could, and just started getting the T's I liked....mainly when I came across what I thought were reasonable deals for my budget. I guess I can know say that I am hooked :D
     
  9. Gregg1LE

    Gregg1LE Arachnoknight Old Timer

    Welcome to the insanity;)
     
  10. Telson

    Telson Arachnodemon

    Yah, the hard part is going to the pet store for crickets and getting home without finding a strange new T in the bag when you start preparing to feed the 6... er, 7.... oh wait....24 Ts you already have!!!;P

    Welcome :D
     
  11. nemesis6sic6

    nemesis6sic6 Arachnoangel Old Timer

    yeah

    You are hooked dude....

    soon you'll have more than that , don't know how that happends really :?


    any ways have a nice day

    geo
     
  12. vulpina

    vulpina Arachnoprince Old Timer

    Congrats on your new additions!!

    Andy