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Whiskeypunk

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Soulsick said:
JBRD is always on the right track. A T.blondi with a decked cage is a great way to do the 200 dollars. They grow fast, and are great eaters. You will not be disappointed. I suggest passing up the Gramms and Brachys and getting something that is not as common to find and/or gets really big. You could go nuts and get an X. immanis.

T.S.
/\/\/\ Thirding this idea. /\/\/\/\

Spend the cash and time to do this! Then throw a nice big bird eating spider in there.

A Pamphobeteus, or Theraphosa, or Xenithis.
 

AfterTheAsylum

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More? You already have like what... 70 ideas? How about you give us some restrictions so you can get your goal narrowed down.
 

Ewok

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If I had $200 I would forget the tarantulas and buy an Apple Ipod Nano or a Sony PSP .lol
 

bugs4life

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-palau- said:
If I had $200 I would forget the tarantulas and buy an Apple Ipod Nano or a Sony PSP .lol
What??? lol
That is just ridiculous!

Personally, I've always wanted an L. parahybana *swoons*
My brother had one :D
G. pulchra is simple, but very beautiful and hardy.
M. robustum - fascinating behavior and stunning to look at
 

Nick_schembri

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-palau- said:
If I had $200 I would forget the tarantulas and buy an Apple Ipod Nano or a Sony PSP .lol
Man, our priorities are different.

Tkid, I stick to my previous option, Brachypelma something.....and add A.versicolor, so you'd have an arboreal too.
 

P. Novak

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how about you just give me the 200 dollars hehe! :p
nah im only joking...hmm i would definetly get a versi!

ya what exactly are you looking for?
a terrestrial, arboreal, or burrower?

tell us that and we'll give you ideas! ;P
 

Ewok

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Are you looking for really colorful tarantulas? like colbalts or Green Bottleblues? Or somthing that has larger size and aggressiveness?
 

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Guys,

Keep the classifieds ads in the proper section for them, please. They do not belong in here.

Thanks,

Debby
 

Sobrino

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I'm really into getting an aboreal, so wat do you guys think I should get? Keep the ideas coming!
 

P. Novak

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docile or aggressive/deffensice arboreal?

i still say get the versi if you dont have on already! :p
 

aaronrefalo

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bring a P.regalis or or P.faciata and a P.irimia.....and and and....a B.emilia sling!!

Aaron
 

jw73

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Buy some slings of different species. They are cheap and satisfying when grown up in the care of you.
 

Nick_schembri

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You should get A.versicolor as your first arboreal. Depends on how experienced you are. A pokie is not for beginners, unless you like taking risks. A bite from a Poecilotheria sp. is much worse than a bite from an Avicularia or most other species.
 
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