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pinkest T?

Discussion in 'Tarantula Questions & Discussions' started by stooka, Jan 2, 2006.

  1. stooka

    stooka Arachnobaron Old Timer

    hi,my girlfriend is looking for a pink T.i cant think of many except from l.parahybana etc that have pinkish hairs,but she wants a proper pink 1.any1 know of any???:wall:
  2. Schlyne

    Schlyne Arachnoangel Old Timer

    Iridopelma hirustum males also have pinkish hairs, I'm not sure about the females.

    The blue fang (Ephebopus cyanognathus) has pink legs.

    The pink zebra beauty isn't totally pink, but it has pink stripes.
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  3. stonemantis

    stonemantis Arachnoprince Old Timer

    Brachypelma klaasi- Mexican Pink (Nice pink legs)

    Xenesthis immanis- Columbian Lesserblack (Males have brighter highlights than the female)

    Just off the top of my head at the moment.
  4. MRL

    MRL Arachnolord Old Timer

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  5. Scourge

    Scourge Arachnoknight Old Timer

  6. brigebane

    brigebane Arachnoprince Old Timer

    P. cancerides sometimes have very nice pink/purple irridescence.
  7. David Burns

    David Burns Arachnoprince Old Timer

    I have heard that Tapinauchenius gigas is pink.
  8. wolfpak

    wolfpak Arachnobaron Old Timer

    how about a G. rosea
  9. tarangela2

    tarangela2 Arachnosquire Old Timer

    I agree! I had one that was really pink on the abdomen, in the right light, but definately noticeable. Everbody thought she was so COOL! :cool:

    You didn't say if this would be a first T for your GF but this would be a good choice if it is! :clap:
  10. evilarachnid

    evilarachnid Arachnosquire Old Timer

    I think my choice of the pinkest T would have to be the B. Klaasi
  11. Schlyne

    Schlyne Arachnoangel Old Timer

    V./P. playtomma coloration pictured is only for ultimate males. Females and juvies are a nice brown color (sling coloration, like the one in my avatar goes away).

    T. gigas is more of a reddish orange than pink.
  12. Steelweb

    Steelweb Arachnopeon

    Red phase G. rosea

    This pretty close to pink and they have awesome temperament. This is my male. Some of the babies are carrying his color.

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  13. Elizabeth

    Elizabeth Arachnobaron Old Timer

    What about Avic minatrix?

    Also, not that it is extremely pink, but for availability, price, and docility, my G. aureostriata have a lot of pink in them, pink setae on the abdomen.

    Would she go for just pink toes? As in the ordinary Avic avic? Those are great!
  14. Scylla

    Scylla Arachnobaron Old Timer

    I have a G. rosea that is PINK! Sort of a bright fushia pink. Bright lights not needed, even in the dark he's PINK. And I have a sling that looks like it's growing up the same way. It's really quite pretty.
  15. brigebane

    brigebane Arachnoprince Old Timer

    Next that I was going to recommend. Nice specimen Steelweb, I definitely think G. rosea RCF are little jewels.
  16. Varden

    Varden Arachnodemon Old Timer

    Yeah, I would definitely say get a red-phase G. rosea. They're gentle, good first Ts, and definitely pink.
  17. Scylla

    Scylla Arachnobaron Old Timer

    I think my rosea is a sub adult male. When he matures I'm going to want to mate him to a red phase female. Anyone interested with red females?
  18. how about this? pinkish-red on black. so nice.

  19. rosehaired1979

    rosehaired1979 Arachnoking Old Timer

    I would say the RCF G.rosea and the B.klaasi :) My B.klaasi is more skittish than anything but has not really kicked any hairs at me *yet still young*
  20. G_Wright

    G_Wright Arachnoprince Old Timer

    A minatrix is pinkish


    or you could have a nice A versi