Australian T's

ballpython2

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Can someone give me a list of at least 6 T's that are in the hobby and regularly for sale?


I think most of the ones I have are either indian , USA, or african, asian..im not familiar with Australian tarantulas.
 

Gigas

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There aren't any, and i haven't seen any adverts for them in the US, there are odd occasions i see them for sale in europe but hardly hobby staples.
 

mcdeez

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you can try swiftinverts.com they had Selenocosmia at least 3 different kinds not sure if this is what you were looking for.
 

P. Novak

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Steve Nunn has exported them from Aussie in the past. Of course he has the permission and license to do so. Just watch for his ads.
 

Brian S

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I have Selenocosmia sp "Eunice". Just got it a couple months ago so really dont know much about it as of yet except it likes to burrow like a gopher LOL
Check out Swift's Inverts and Krazy Eights if you want a list, the list is pretty short for now.
 

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Michael Jacobi may still have some Selenocosmia's
 

Cheshire

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Selenocosmia crassipes, Selenocosmia sp.2, and Selenocosmia sp. "Eunice" are the only ones in the US hobby.
 

lychas

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i'm sure selenotypus glenelva are in the hobby, if they are i'm pretty sure they are ones i bred
 

Steve Nunn

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Hi,
Of the first Aussie T's exported, only Phlogius crassipes, sp.PQ113, sp. "EUNICE" & sp. "SARINA" made it into the States. Unless Tarantulas Canada sent any in, there will be no Selenotypus & Selenotholus available to US keepers as yet. However, there is another shipment including the arid zone selenocosmiines (both Selenotypus & Selenotholus) within a few weeks due to hit NY.

None of your T's were exported last year Kyle, however, I did receive a bunch of good CB young from you! :)

Cheers,
Steve
 
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