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johnny quango

Vitalius sorocabae

Freshly moulted juvenile

Vitalius sorocabae
johnny quango, Aug 5, 2017
    • viper69
      Striking, esp as adults. What's the disposition on these in general?
    • johnny quango
      @viper69 I can't speak for others but this is totally chilled it's unbelievably tolerant of me in it's enclosure, I've never had a threat posture or hair flicked in my direction. The bonus is the appetite think iheringi and you won't be far off
    • viper69
      @johnny quango That's interesting to read! I'll have to do more research at some point.
    • johnny quango
      @viper69 I personally believe they make a great starter tarantula as something a little different band like you said they are stunning
    • viper69
      Johnny what's the average size on AF and MM ?
    • johnny quango
      @viper69 I've been told they are similar in size and bulk to a G pulchra so around the 6" mark with little variance in DLS but males are supposed to be a little slimmer. I've heard they are semi aggressive but I don't believe that as mine behaves like a Grammy
    • viper69
      I used to own an AF pulchra, this would be a nice change up.
    • johnny quango
      I actually own an adult female pulchra now so all being well I'll be able to witness and document sizes. I agree definitely a change from the norm they sadly aren't very common
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