agressive listing

yarndilwuck

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Can i get somebody to rate these t's on defensiveness 1-10 one being docile and 10 being mean lil' T

Chilean Copper (P. scrofa)
Mexican Redrump (B. vagans)
Brazilian Salmon (L. parahybana)
Brazilian Red & White (N. chromatus)
Chilean Rose (G. rosea)
Usambar Orange Baboon (P. murinus)
Honduran Curlyhair (B. albopilosum)
Oklahoma Brown (A. hentzi)
Puerto Rican Pygmy (C. portoricae)
 
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KoriTamashii

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Why did you post this thread twice?

And T's aren't generally referred to as 'aggressive'. They're called 'defensive'.
 

Chris_Skeleton

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From my experience:
Brazilian Salmon (L. parahybana) I have two, I give one a 3 and the other a 5.
Honduran Curlyhair (B. albopilosum) I also have two of these, I would say both are 2.
Chilean Rose (G. rosea) Also two of these, vary between a 2 and a 6 at any given time.

From reading on here:
Chilean Copper (P. scrofa) 1 to 2
Mexican Redrump (B. vagans) Varies
Brazilian Red & White (N. chromatus) No idea
Usambar Orange Baboon (P. murinus) 10+ lol
Oklahoma Brown (A. hentzi) Typically docile
Puerto Rican Pygmy (C. portoricae) No idea

These are just guesses on my part through experience and reading (what I would rate them as), and each individual withtin the species will vary.
 

KvMccur

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The only spider you listed with medically significant venom is the Usambara Baboon. They are fast, defensive and aggressive, as most African species are. The rest are fairly docile, but most of these have urticating hairs and should rarely be handeled unless necessary to do so, as with all spiders.
 
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