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Rare, Hard to get species?!

Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by penngomifan, Apr 4, 2017.

  1. ThisMeansWAR

    ThisMeansWAR Arachnosquire

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    Interesting! They are available here in EU for around 130 USD.
     
  2. Chevron34

    Chevron34 Arachnopeon

    If you are still looking for Aphonopelma spices Tarantula Canada has some species now. I don't know about the shipping though.
     
  3. FrDoc

    FrDoc Arachnosquire Active Member

    Evangelium Secundum Marcum 15:21, et Epistola B. Pauli Apostoli ad Romanus 16:13
     
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  4. Coiled Colt

    Coiled Colt Arachnopeon

    Know this is from May 2017, but The Spider Shop has:
    Brazilian Jewels (Typhochlaena seladonia)

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  5. lateapexpredator

    lateapexpredator So angry Arachnosupporter

    Ive been searching for an Aviculara hirschii since I found out they existed and haven't been able to find anything recent on them :(
     
  6. Dennis Nedry

    Dennis Nedry Arachnobaron Active Member

    Phlogius sp "black" is really hard to find here, rattlesnake tarantulas go for a huge amount of money when they pop up once in a blue moon, I've only ever seen or heard of one individual red colour form coremiocnemis tropix from a guy on Facebook and its an absolute stunner and there's supposedly "diving tarantulas" in Queensland. There's also apparently Australian arboreal tarantulas which are yet to even be properly recognised as something that exists let alone entering the hobby.

    There's some super rare, undiscovered and interesting Aussie Ts that I'd love to see enter the hobby
     
  7. Mojo288

    Mojo288 Arachnosquire

    Speaking of the moderatum, is a 4" female worth 150? (hopefully this is on topic enough to not count as a tangent >.<)
     
  8. nicodimus22

    nicodimus22 Arachnobaron Arachnosupporter

    I'm not an expert on value, but I know a place that has tiny A. moderatum slings for $65. So, it's not a cheap sling. Adults are probably not cheap either.
     
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  9. Tarantula Canada has 2" unsexed juveniles for over $300 Canadian, so that sounds pretty good.
     

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  10. GaMeR

    GaMeR Arachnopeon

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    What's other name for Chilobrachys sp blue?
    If you've meant on C.dyscolus I have almost adult female, it is the one on my profile pic currently, but I dont remember it being too expensive?
     
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  11. basin79

    basin79 Arachnoking Active Member

    Not the same tarantula.
     
  12. The Grym Reaper

    The Grym Reaper Arachnoreaper Arachnosupporter

    Electric Blue Earth Tiger or something like that, it's not the same as dyscolus blue.

    They were around £100 for a sling but they've dropped in price considerably since that post, slings are about £30 a pop now.
     
  13. Wolfspidurguy

    Wolfspidurguy Arachnobaron Active Member

    like i said in another thread the rarest T is the brachypelma albopilosum and i happen to be one of the only people on earth who owns one