Aphonopelma sp. First Meal

madamoisele

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I have one of these, and she is the sweetest girl I have. Love her to death!
 

Great Basin Ben

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MANY congratulations on your beautiful Aphonopelma. Although there isn't a terrible amount of interest for them in the hobby, they are without doubt, the species I hold most dear, and am most fond of. This one is quite beautiful indeed!
 

Mez

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Thanks, I really like her and would certainly purchase another sub adult/adult blonde type, the femurs are a lot darker in real life.
 

Great Basin Ben

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Thanks, I really like her and would certainly purchase another sub adult/adult blonde type, the femurs are a lot darker in real life.
I, like many others, I'm sure, have seen Aphonopelma sp. "New River" specimens, that are every bit as colorful as the Aphonopelma bicoloratums. I am lucky enough to keep, an A. schmidti, an A. sp. "Payson Blonde", AND an A. sp. "New River", and love them all dearly! Conrats again, on a BEAUTIFUL native North American Tarantula!:clap:
 
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