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P irminia

Be happy with whats been in the hobby for a long time. The new stuff will stay expensive forever. :/

P irminia
Venom1080, Feb 3, 2019
    • FrDoc
      There’s a reason things have been in the hobby a long time, because they’re fantastic. Before I even read your post, I was looking at the picture thinking, what a stellar looking T. Some of the coolest looking specimens are a dime a dozen, these, P. cams, P. murinus, B. vagans, N. chromatus, the list goes on and on.
    • Venom1080
      @FrDoc yep.. pretty colors means alot of captive breeding..

      Was more commenting on how the hobbies changed over the years.
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    • Mvtt70
      gorgeous. I just picked up a 3.5" DLS juvie in a Craigslist save, hopefully it turns out to be a female lol
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    • weibkreux
      New species may come to the hobby but P. irminia will still remain as one of the most beautiful T. I still don't have one though. :arghh:
    • Arachnophoric
      I don't want to even imagine how much P. irminia would go for if they were discovered today.

      Beautiful T.
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    • Venom1080
      @Arachnophoric exactly my point.. people like their quick buck in the hobby. Props to the guys that stick around and help lower prices instead of maintaining them. Cold blood for example
    • The Grym Reaper
      @PhilMcWonder He's in the Philippines ;)

      @Arachnophoric They'd get cheap pretty fast given how easily bred Psalmos are and how often they double clutch, P. victori are already a lot cheaper than they were when I first started seeing them for sale here (they're like less than half the price they were a year ago).
    • weibkreux
      @PhilMcWonder we also have them here in PH for around 10-20$. Will surely get one in the near future.
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