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Your 2019 Tarantula Wishlist?

Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by JamesGSixx, Nov 6, 2018.

  1. JamesGSixx

    JamesGSixx Arachnopeon

    Been looking for new sp's to add to my collection maybe i could be inspired by your guy's wishlist! here's mine

    1. A.Geniculata
    2. H.Gigas
    3. P.Regalis
    4. Ceratogyrus Darlingi/Marshalli

    Slings over 50$
    1. Caribena Versicolor
    2. Pterinopelma Sazimai
    3. Lampropelma violaceopes
    4. Grammostola Pulchra
    5. Ephebopus Murinus
  2. MissouriArachnophile

    MissouriArachnophile Arachnoknight

    Any phormictopus sp. Or psalmopoeus sp.

    Theraphosinae sp. 'Panama
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  3. Killertut

    Killertut Arachnosquire Active Member

    Brachypelma epicuraneum
    Brachypelma smithi (ex annitha)
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  4. Goopyguy56

    Goopyguy56 Arachnobaron Active Member

    I have had b albiceps on my list for a while. I rarely see them for sale. I suppose any rare nw t that looks good is on my list.
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  5. FrDoc

    FrDoc Arachnobaron Active Member

    Actually down to one: 0.1 L. nigerrimum.
  6. Minty

    Minty @londontarantulas Arachnosupporter

    Chilobrachys sp. electric blue and Poecilotheria subfusca LL were on mine. I have the subfusca and the electric blue is on its way, along with another B.albo.

    I really want a nice new world next.
  7. Goopyguy56

    Goopyguy56 Arachnobaron Active Member

    I don't have any pamphobeteus. So any of those.
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  8. P. irminia because I really love the colours but imma wait till I have enough experience under my belt.
  9. antinous

    antinous Pamphopharaoh Arachnosupporter

    Any Pamphobeteus or Phormictopus or Theraphosa I don’t have.
  10. Enrgy

    Enrgy Arachnosquire

    Any avics or t blondi or t stirmi... like really really bad
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  11. Luka98

    Luka98 Arachnosquire

    Probably going for a Psalmopoeus cambridgei/irminia then dipping my toes into OW C. Marshalli/H. Pulchripes then OBT then the ultimate goal p. metallica but you never know
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  12. Greasylake

    Greasylake Arachnoprince

    Pslamopoeus victori, or any of the Phormictopus sp. I wouldn't be opposed to centipedes either.
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  13. SonsofArachne

    SonsofArachne Arachnodemon Active Member

    Just the species that I don't have yet;).
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  14. Bierschneeman

    Bierschneeman Arachnopeon

    if i had space and money to go an get;
    1. avicularia purpea
    2. Tapinauchenius gigas
    3. Phormictopus sp hispanola
    4. pseudhapalopus
    5. Ybyrapora sooretema

    If i had more experience, (lrts count the other list as owned to avoid overlap)

    1. Psalmopoeus irminia
    2. orphanaecus phillipinus
    3. H. pulchripes
    4. another asian fossorial
    5. another avic
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  15. FrmDaLeftCoast

    FrmDaLeftCoast Arachnosquire

    1. Caribena Versicolor
    2. Grammostola Pulchra
    3. Harpactira pulchripes
    4. Paraphysa parvula
    5. Phormictopussp. Hispaniola
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  16. lostbrane

    lostbrane Arachnobaron Arachnosupporter

    P. irminia, G. rosea, L. violaceopes, O. schioedtei

    Edit: Excuse me, I forgot to add some sort of Pampho because @Phormic28 demands I fill up my shelving ;)
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  17. SonsofArachne

    SonsofArachne Arachnodemon Active Member

    I'm surprised these are not on more first OW lists. Most find them to be shy, retreating rather threat displaying. From what little I could find on their venom says it's wasp sting level. They are fast, and need moist substrate. My two are pretty laid back, good eaters, and are a more subdued orange color than a OBT, but still amazing looking. Overall if you're planning on getting into OWs, they are a good place to start.
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  18. antinous

    antinous Pamphopharaoh Arachnosupporter

    Do you guys mean sp. 'South Hispaniola'?
  19. FrmDaLeftCoast

    FrmDaLeftCoast Arachnosquire

    I believe you are correct... common name is Caribbean Emerald
  20. antinous

    antinous Pamphopharaoh Arachnosupporter

    It's actually sp. 'green femur'. Caribbean Emerald was the second common name given to it, idk why, but probably for marketing purposes and to make it sell more I guess. It's pretty annoying when vendors do this
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