A. geniculata, C. cyaneopubescens, or P. imperator?

Which invert should I buy?

  • A. geniculata

    Votes: 12 50.0%
  • C. cyaneopubescens

    Votes: 8 33.3%
  • P. imperator

    Votes: 4 16.7%

  • Total voters

Tim Benzedrine

Prankster Possum
Old Timer
Apr 4, 2004
Not really. However, I think the gap will continue to broaden. Someday I will do a more precise measurement with software I use, but it is becoming problematic to do so with the genic, she'll launch herself at the object that must be placed with the spiders in order for the program to calculate.

Edit: And yeah, Chris, nice big ones, both. I'll put my LP on the list as well. Now, the difference between its growth rate and the pulchripes is incredible, as would be expected of course. I got them both at the same time and also roughly at the same size, so it is more relevant. When I have more time to kill, I'll do a similar comparison, maybe.
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