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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 at 8:53 PM.

  1. TarantulaArvind

    TarantulaArvind Arachnopeon

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    well!! in the coming months ill most probably be having my first batch of Ts. my wishlist is either 1 or all of the below:angelic::woot:
    B Albo
    G pulchra
    A genic
    C Cyaenopubescens
    C versicolor(or any other erstwhile Avic)
    :p
     
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  2. Nightstalker47

    Nightstalker47 Arachnoknight Active Member

    They don't actually need or benefit from a water feature, although you may be able to observe some interesting behavior if you set it up that way. I saw my female quickly dive down her water dish, only to emerge suddenly after realizing it's wasn't deep enough for her to hide in , she then darted back into her burrow.
    As far as I can tell, they will only enter the water if spooked which is pretty funny to see, but I don't think they actually hunt aquatic prey like fish.
    I keep mine in a simple setup although it would be pretty cool to have a large enclosure with a big T and some fish swimming around, very visually stunning that's for sure. My H.gigas are out at the mouth of their burrows almost every night, but they have a smaller enclosure and plenty of burrowing space. Perhaps your setup was too large and caused your gigas to hide more, but mine haven't been like my other pet holes, seem more active and out and about. But individuals vary...
     
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  3. Marika

    Marika Arachnoknight Active Member

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  4. cold blood

    cold blood ArachnoGod Active Member

    New species are always grossly over priced IMO...I'm not into buying over priced anything. Eventually prices will come down, im in no hurry:)

    Generally its an escape mechnism from what ive seen...i dont doubt that there is also a hunting aspect to it, as they will snatch small fish.

    No, its more than i would spend on one by a lot....id rather just not have one at that price....and ive seen the species priced a lot more than that, too.
     
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  5. Kendricks

    Kendricks Arachnosquire Active Member

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    My current list, don't mind the German words...

    OW
    Afrika
    - Ceratogyrus darlingi

    Asien
    - Haplopelma vonwirthi
    - Lyrognathus giannisposatoi
    - Lampropelma sp. "Borneo Black"
    - Phlogiellus spec. Ao Tan Khu
    - Psednocnemis brachyramosa


    NW
    Südamerika
    - Aphonopelma chalcodes
    - Brachypelma smithi
    - Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens
    - Cyriocosmus elegans
    - Ephebopus murinus
    - Euathlus sp. "Fire"
    - Hapalopus triseriatus "Lowland"
    - Nhandu coloratovillosum

    Nothing final, nothing definite, but after browsing different species, I picked these out.
    In general, I aim for a small (~20) collection with species that differ from each other if possible, or at least not just having 20 NW terrestrials.
    Now, some of you might have noticed there's no Pokie on it. That's a mistake. As I said, incomplete.

    I do have so far:
    - A. geniculata
    - G. pulchra
    - P. murinus

    That's leaving room for ~2 more specimen, which may very well be Pokies.
    They are too beautiful and unique to be left out.
     
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  6. gypsy cola

    gypsy cola Arachnoknight Active Member

    several but, I am going to list the most unobtainable.

    CITES B.Vagans

    Wild caught A. iodus that I caught myself. This one isn't so hard....just got to make time to do it.
     
  7. DrowsyLids

    DrowsyLids Arachnosquire

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    G. pulchra
    M. balfouri eventually
    Also eyeing some OW Asian terrestrials but haven't made any decisions yet.
     
  8. Arachnomaniac19

    Arachnomaniac19 Arachnolord Active Member

    Grammostola grossa has been on the top of my list for a while. They're just hard to find when you don't want a male or to get them via shipping (too many bad experiences).
     
  9. Ungoliant

    Ungoliant Arachnolord Active Member

    Those are equally good choices, so naturally you should get them all!
     
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  10. johnny quango

    johnny quango Arachnoknight Active Member

    I only had 1 on my wishlist and I picked 1 of that species up 2 weeks ago that was Eucratoscelus pachypus, I've wanted 1 for 2 years they aren't rare or expensive but I didn't want a wild caught female I wanted a sling and got 1 at around 2cm. Anything else I aquire isn't on my list
     
  11. grimmjowls

    grimmjowls Arachnoknight Active Member

  12. Goodlukwitthat

    Goodlukwitthat Arachnoknight Active Member

    Mine is currently in a large Kritter Keeper. nothing fancy.
     
  13. spotropaicsav

    spotropaicsav Arachnopeon

    Makes sense
     
  14. leaveittoweaver

    leaveittoweaver Arachnosquire Active Member

    G.Iheringi
    P.Aninous
    L.Klugi
    E.Sp Red

    Every species in the Acanthoscurria genus. I also think I want to get a dwarf like C.Elegans and see what if I like them.
     
  15. MGery92

    MGery92 Arachnopeon Active Member

    An L. difficilis and a B. albiceps for sure. Maybe another Phormictopus or a Pamphobeteus. :angelic:
     
  16. johnharper

    johnharper Arachnobaron Old Timer

    P mettallica and more b smithis also a seemani
     
  17. Leila

    Leila Arachnoknight Active Member

    Nothing until this cast is taken off my leg. I will have to live vicariously through all of your new Ts...
     
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  18. The Grym Reaper

    The Grym Reaper Arachnoknight Active Member

    E. Sp. "Red"
    P. ecclesiasticus
    P. victorii (when they become cheap enough for me to not have to sell a kidney to get a few slings)
    P. metallica*
    P. rufilata*
    E. rufescens
    M. mesomelas
    T. Sp. "Panama"
    N. incei
    T. stirmi
    H. maculata*
    M. balfouri

    *It'll be a while before I even consider getting these but thought I'd include them anyway
     
  19. creepa

    creepa Arachnoknight Active Member

    Well i was truly trying to take it easy the next few months...:rolleyes: but then this bagpiping kilt @KezyGLA posts this gorgeous Ornithoctoninae sp. Ho chi minh on instagram so i guess i'll have to empty my pockets again...:bag:
     
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  20. KezyGLA

    KezyGLA Arachnoprince Active Member

    You won't regret that purchase man :p
     
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