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So, what's on everyone's wish list for the coming months?

Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by Grimmdreadly, May 18, 2017.

  1. Wiscokid

    Wiscokid Arachnopeon

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    because of the species or the price or both?

    revolutionreptiles.net has pretty competitive pricing as far as I can tell (admitted noob)
     
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  2. Jason B

    Jason B Arachnosquire

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    P. Ornata
    M. Balfouri
    I. Mira
    E. Cyanognathus
    And a Yet to be determined asian arboreal thats not a pokie, lol
    maybe an adult female A. Metallica
     
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  3. Ungoliant

    Ungoliant Arachnoprince Active Member

    I don't plan to purchase tarantulas in the next few weeks (although that's no guarantee that I won't!), but here are some species on my wishlist that meet the following criteria:
    1. I haven't yet kept.
    2. I would like to keep.
    3. I would feel comfortable keeping at my current level of experience.

    New World
    • Aphonopelma chalcodes
    • Aphonopelma seemanni
    • Avicularia metallica
    • Brachypelma albopilosum
    • Brachypelma emilia
    • Caribena versicolor
    • Ephebopus murinus
    • Neoholothele incei
    • Nhandu
    • Pamphobeteus

    Old World (I don't have any yet, and I am interested in species without urticating hairs.)
    • Augacephalus ezendami
    • Ceratogyrus marshalli
    • Eucratoscelus pachypus
    • Idiothele mira
    • Monocentropus balfouri
     
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  4. Stormsky

    Stormsky Arachnopeon

    I don't expect to be able to get more any time soon but off the top of my head, the main ones on my wishlist, in no particular order, are:

    Grammostola pulchra
    Brachypelma emilia
    Hapalopus sp. Columbia large
    Neoholothele incei
    Ceratogyrus marshalli
    Idiothele mira
    Theraphosa stirmi
    Poecilotheria regalis
    Poecilotheria metallica
    Pterinochilus murinus

    and for maybes, Acanthoscurria geniculata, Nhandu chromatus, Avicularia Minatrix, Brachypelma albopilosum "Nicaragua" and the "Goddess", PBUH, Pelinobius muticus that I hear about constantly.

    I'm sure there's some I forgot and some I don't know about yet to add to that list.
     
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  5. wetwork

    wetwork Arachnosquire Arachnosupporter

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    P. cambridgei
    P. irminia
    Various baboons
    Maybe another Pokie
     
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  6. Xafron

    Xafron Arachnosquire

    I don't know when I will be able to get more. However I do want more. My interests are all over the place...

    Literally any Avicularia, Psalmopoeus, Iridopelma, and Tapinauchenius. When I say Avics I am including all the species that were recently changed. Avicularia purpurea is one I would really like.

    I would love dwarf Ts such as Euathlus sp. 'Red', Hapalopus sp. “Colombia", Cyriocosmus perezmilesi, Cyrtopholis portoricae, and Davus pentaloris.

    GBB and about 100 other NW terrestrials. Would love G. pulchra and iheringi, and LP.
     
  7. boina

    boina Arachnobaron Arachnosupporter

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    I really should not buy any more tarantulas this year, but...

    - P. rufilata - the first juvi female I see will be mine.
    - H. namaquensis - I blame @KezyGLA for this one
    - Tapinauchenius sp. - I only got my first (and second and...) one this year, but I like them much, much better than I thought I would. I think I need more.

    and I can't get this N. incei out of my head... and a H. himalayana might be nice... Also, if a young female OBT crosses my path I won't say no. Got to know what everyone is talking about.

    Great idea for a thread, btw. :D
     
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  8. Very well in fact
     
  9. C.versicolour, A.Purpurea, and A. Metallica. I like them, a lot, but the still elude me
     
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  10. spotropaicsav

    spotropaicsav Arachnobaron Active Member

    Very interesting! Do they do this for grooming? Going after prey? Another reason?
     
  11. Ungoliant

    Ungoliant Arachnoprince Active Member

    Probably just an adaptation to survive in an environment with periodic flooding (in case they end up in the water, as after a defensive leap of faith).

     
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  12. KezyGLA

    KezyGLA Arachnoking Active Member

    No more Ts for me. Budget for the year blown already. Gutted.

    Got Ornithoctoninae sp. 'ho chi minh' on the way as we speak though :D
     
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  13. MetalMan2004

    MetalMan2004 Arachnoknight Active Member

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    That is the one that I was just about to pay for when the water heater broke... maybe later.

    You got the hook up? If you can get me one for half that PM me! :)

    Lots of cool youtube videos on this. A local seller had some slings and I looked into doing a communal but decided not to for now.
     
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  14. boina

    boina Arachnobaron Arachnosupporter

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    I had to look that up, but WOW! To bad you probably won't ever see it :p.
     
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  15. Nightstalker47

    Nightstalker47 Arachnobaron Active Member

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    I'm getting some new additions tonight, gonna drive over to tarcan after work.

    L.violacepes 1" ×2
    L.sp.borneo black 3/4" ×2
    P.metallica × 3/4" × 1
    C.cyanepubescens 3/4" ×2
    G.pulchra 3/4" ×1
    C.marshalli 1/2" ×2
    P.antinous 1.5" ×1
    A.seemanni 1" ×1
    T.stirmi 1.5" ×1
    P.regalis 3/4" ×1
    C.fimbriatus 1.25" ×2
    H.maculata 1/3" x2
    O.shiodtei 1/2" x2
    Maybe another centipede... well see how they look. Can't wait! :D
     
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  16. KezyGLA

    KezyGLA Arachnoking Active Member

    Ob I will see them alright. I will be making some special enclosures for these ones :)
     
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  17. mconnachan

    mconnachan Arachnoprince Active Member

    1) A. Geniculata x2
    2) C. Versicolour x2
    3) P. Irminia x2

    all as slings as I like to raise them from tiny little unidentifiable translucent nada's into glorious T's
     
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  18. Most likely to deal with flooding
     
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  19. PanzoN88

    PanzoN88 Arachnoknight

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    A. Moderatum (I would pay any price for one of them)
    Rare Aphonopelmas
    Rare brachys
    Rare grammostolas
    Rare avics
    C. Versicolor
    A. Braunshauseni
    A. Geroldi
    A. Purpurea
    E. Sp. Yellow
    H. Gigas
    P. Chordatus
    P. Lugardi
    P. Sp. Machalla
    Phormictopus that aren't Cancerides
    P. Cancerides males (2" or smaller)
    Rare Euathlus Sp.
    T. Cyaneolum
    Rare pamphobeteus Sp.
     
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  20. Goodlukwitthat

    Goodlukwitthat Arachnoknight

    Then you're lucky lol
     
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