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Oh noes! Another "what do I get next" thread!

Discussion in 'Tarantula Questions & Discussions' started by CarsinemiA, Jul 22, 2009.

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    Well, like the thread title states, I would like to know what T I should get next.

    I currently have the following:

    B smithi
    G rosea
    G pulchripes
    A geniculata (my favourite)
    L parahybana
    L klugi
    E campestratus
    G pulchra
    C elegans
    A versicolor
    A geroldi

    It might be worth the mention that I'm not all that interested in OW T's except the M balfouri, which is impossible to get locally and is too expensive to buy.

    What are your recommendations?
  2. JC

    JC Arachnoprince

    Any of the following is on my list. :)

    G. pulchripes
    A. jurenesis(OH yeah!)


    a.fasciculata too!
    Last edited: Jul 22, 2009
  3. You could start with A. purpurea, minatrix, sp. amazonica, avicularia (they are really beautiful at every life stage), P. irminia, pulcher, B. boehmei, B. auratum, B. albopilosum and the list goes on. This is just to start.

  4. Xenesthis immanis
    Pamphobeteus platyomma
    Poecilotheria rufilata(I know its OW)
    Avicularia purpurea
    Ephebopus Cyanognathus
    Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens
    Aphonopelma moderatum
    Brachypelma albiceps
    Psalmopoeus irminia
    Nhandu chromatus
    Theraphosa blondi
    Any australian T
  5. How bout this: Choose any T your heart desires, other people can not make your choice for you.
  6. sean-820

    sean-820 Arachnobaron

    Is there any criteria?
    GBB look sweet.I dont own one, but i want to.
  7. Who needs a list when there's P. metallica?
  8. sean-820

    sean-820 Arachnobaron

    He doesnt want OW though
  9. jbm150

    jbm150 Arachnoprince

    First and foremost, I'd say a GBB. I don't have one but I really want one.

    You've also got your:
    Psalmos (how can you not have this on your list?)
    another Brachy
    E. cyanognathus or murinus
    T. blondi or apophysis
    P. cancerides