After the trip to the pet store...

Nixy

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Two Very Very proud and happy twins with their four new T's.

Two B. emilia for Eden, a male and a female that are already flirting with each other.
She Loves her terestrials.


And two A. huriana for Faith, a male and a female. Who are as well HUGE flirts.
Faith being the aboreal nut.
 

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Originally posted by Nixy
Eden with her pair of B. emilia. :D
sweet! eden looks like she wants to eat the spiders, with that good 'ol "i didnt eat it" look on her face :D

some lucky kids there to have parents who encourage them :D
 

Nixy

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She was in the proccess of bugging me to hold them OUTSIDE their travel cups.

Which they did, but I won;t take the camera out with twins handling their T's.
My attention is 100% on watching them witht their T's.
Is the only responsable way and I won't let them be unsurpervised long enough to get camera, or split my attention to click.
Or run the risk of startling T's with the flash while twins are handling.
 

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Hey Nixy: You actually have a pet store that sells those t's, or do you live by a arachnid store. The pet stores around here you can't buy nothing more than rosehairs. Sometimes you might get lucky and find something different, but not often. By the way, those girls are beautiful. :) Pam
 

Nixy

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Aww thank you pamandron. :)

Their my lil twinkle stars. :)

The pet store is a reptile / fish exotic specialty shop.

They have a fairsh number of inverts. About maybe 20 or so at any given time. Split between the T's, scorps and pedes.
Most of the T's are zebras and rosies, but they have a few other species when they can get them.
I just got Very Very lucky finding this place.
And it's about a mile from my house....

So we can pop in all the time to see if anything new came in or buy crickets.
 
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