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WARNING! Subjectivity Alert

The absolutely most fabulous theraphosid specimen on the planet. Yeah, I said it. 0.1 Juvie

WARNING!  Subjectivity Alert
FrDoc, Nov 28, 2019
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    • Rating:
      5/5,
      Andre Pacheco
      :dead:
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    • Rating:
      5/5,
      RezonantVoid
      I support this statement, but she's followed ver closely by Selenotypus Champagne Robustus in second place. S.Wallace in third
    • FrDoc
      @RezonantVoid and you can get them for a whopping $8! Or, if you play your cards right, FREE.
    • Arachnophoric
      I'll definitely agree in the very least that they're easily among the most visually pleasing tarantulas. A unique and stocky physique, the black and white/tan contrast, the beautiful starburst carapace in combination with that pretty dappled abdomen - quite the stunner.

      Just got my female at the last expo, and I'm getting an eyeful of her as much as I can before she decides to go ghost on me.
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    • Dman
      They are always worth the wait when you do see them. Beautiful specimen!!
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    • FrDoc
      @Dman Actually, I see her every night. She chills on the side of her hide (picture), from about dusk until a bit before dawn. She’s not even really photosensitive. The only thing that gets her scurrying is abrupt movement immediately around her enclosure. I’m glad mine is seemingly anomalous.
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    Date:
    Nov 28, 2019
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