- Feb 13, 2014
Personally? No, sorry having to disappoint on that front. Perhaps someone else will chime in and help you out.don't suppose you have any experience with the unnamed Union island Tappie? I can't even find any photos online except for Tarantula Canadas pricelist specimen
I really am thinking of just calling them "The Great Purple Beam Me Up Scotty" for a common name instead of "Violet Tree Spider" because of situations like these. Not a fan of using common names mind you, but if I have to... I'd rather it be entertaining lol.Great info. I wish I had read this before opening mine in a shipment. He lurched from his vile, clung to my shirt, and then teleported out of sight. My ten year old caught him in the bathroom shower stall two weeks later. He has been happy in his enclosure, ever since
Here is my P. gigas sling, it's about 3/4"I have a T violaceous sling, along with what was labelled as T elenae. I hardly ever see the violaceous while the elenae is always out. I'm not sure if I have gigas or elenae, they seem to look almost identical to each other.
That's identical to mine. Images of adults of the two species appear identical. It makes no real difference which one it is, I have no intention on breeding. It came as part of a mystery box but as its grown it does look more like gigas.