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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by MichiganReptiles, Jun 19, 2010.
To each his own, I respect your opinion.
Still want a B hamorii/smithi and an L violaceopes -- they've been on my wish list a very long while.
I love their velvety black coloring and easygoing disposition. It was the first tarantula on my wishlist before I knew anything about pricing or availability.
"Don't hate me because I'm beautiful."
Nothing in this world matters to me until this list is complete!!!!
Gotta agree with priorities! Nice list.
Because it's the Newfoundland of tarantulas. Big, black, and chill.
With these Phormingochilus sp sabah blue on their way, ive pretty much crossed off the last of my current wish list. The last "must have" tarantula for me is Avicularia sp rufa but i cant find them anywhere in the states. Im reaching out to England and Germany currently to see if i can land some on import.
Maybe it's cuz I'm not a big dog person either..
You're more of a cat person I think. That's why you're into snappy arboreals
Here we have a herd of G. pulchras waiting for cricket treats
On my list it's the P Scrofa and some more Dawrf Ts .
Yup. Cats are fuzzy. And mean.
Blasphemy! It's not completely black - I can see the stripes from 100 miles away. Part of the allure is the docile (possibly), inquisitive temperament, and the chunkiness.
Sorry I don't know why my phone messed up my post. You don't like the c.minax?
They have different appeal. C. minax is "attractive", G. pulchra is "cute". LOL. Well you know what I mean.
I don't actually. I would rather have the minax. I don't care about docile tarantulas, I have never held a tarantula in my 31 years on earth and I don't plan on it so I could care less about it being docile I'm looking for bad ass in my tarantulas. Lol. But I respect your opinion.
Pulchra and versicolor are the only docile species I am or plan on keeping. We need a breath of fresh air. Being always on our toes when removing boluses from the tank of excessively antisocial OW's can be quite taxing, at least to me.
Well, to be fair, it is a factor during cage maintenance and rehousing, and sometimes even feeding too, not just handling.
end of sept there is a reptile fair..
Pokies ( have to collect them all )
Albopilosum ( who doesnt like hairy ? )
// of course there is more.. but these are the currently important ones