Best active display T?

Scorpionking20

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What T do you have that is A) always/nearly always visible and B) often doing something interesting?

I have an A geniculata that has not once tried to hide (she has a great little hide I prebuilt for her!) but she is not very active. It could be because she's gravid though...hmm...I also have a pretty active N chromatus that doesn't hide and roams quite a bit. Anyways...so what do you guys think?
 

Suidakkra

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My Lasiodora parahybana and Lasiodora difficilis both are always out, and always wanting to know whats going on in and around their enclosures.
 

LV-426

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my A. geniculata and Acanthoscurria sp. Bolivia are always out in the open. Also my Phlogius crassipes slings hang out in the open, not as much as the Acanthoscurrias. This is during the daytime mind you
 

TomM

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Lasiodora parahybana is a large, cheap display T, but I absolutely LOVE my Pamphobeteus sp. "South Ecuador", other Pampho species are probably just as cool, if someone else wants to verify that.
 

BrettG

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B.boehmei....Or our ultra-massive fluff-ball A.metallica's....Always out and doing something.....
 

Scorpionking20

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I have a L parahybana as well that moves around quite a bit, but it's only around 3/4" so it's not quite epic yet. I agree that they are always out though!
 

Royal_T's

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My P. cambridgei is always visible... laying in the typical arboreal position on her cork bark. She is also a very active webber.
 

RoseT

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My G pulchripes is my most active and seen T. Rest of them spend alot of time in there hole.
 

Vespula

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My OBT and my G. pulchripes. They're always up to something.
 

winwin

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My geniculata is always out and doing something, eats like there's no tomorrow and is quite defensive. It's a fun T. My C. Darlingi is also quite visible until i rehoused her a few days ago.
 

Dangergirl

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My two boehmei are always out on display, whichi sgreat because they are so beautiful ...
My curlies (albopilosum)
My rosea
My pair of smithi's ...

Actually, most of them are usually out and about with the exception of my OBT and my one fasciatum.
 

Banishedbee

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My rosea, L. parahybana, and half of my six OBT slings. They "the OBT" love to hang atop their containers making it rather difficult to feed them without escape attempts.
 

kuwala84

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My boehmie and agen are always out.the boehmie usually chills in 1 spot but the a.gen is always exploring
 

pouchedrat

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my GBB is ALWAYS out on display. She sits fully out of her tunnels/webbing she has made, in plain view.
 

Imbrium

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GBB! Webbing like crazy, immediately pounces on food, and gorgeous colors. She's always doing something front and center.
 
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