Advertisement Hi, all. Like the title says, I’ve got a (two part) question about the sizes of the individual species within the Aphonopelma and Brachypelma genera. First: what are the smaller/smallest species within those two genera? And second: which ones are more/the most available? I’m finding I have a preference for the smaller T’s, but finding dwarf Aphonopelma is like finding a needle in a haystack (thinking sp mojaves and paloma). I prefer a max size of around 4””, and more slow and docile than not. Why are all the T’s that interest me so elusive???? (I promise, I did check the boards/forums/general interwebs for similar questions but found nothing/no answers. I don’t mean to waste anyone’s time.) Thanks in advance for giving advice to this n00b.