- May 9, 2006
Gunna be 21 on May 10th. The folks have decided to get me a tarantula, instead of beer. (Only kidding). What would you all recommend them get?
Here's a few questions to help (hopefully):Gunna be 21 on May 10th. The folks have decided to get me a tarantula, instead of beer. (Only kidding). What would you all recommend them get?
Here's a few questions to help (hopefully):
1: Do you have a tarantula budget? Because some species are rather pricey.
2: What's your experience or comfort level? Because some species can be
fast, aggressive, humidity sensitive, temperature sensitive.
3: How much space do you have to work with? Because some species can
get to decent size and housing them could be space consuming.
There are probably a few others that I missed but, I'm sure it will get mentioned.
Just remember that getting a new tarantula can be a tough decision. So good luck on whatever species you choose.
Hey,Haha thanks a lot Novak. Yeah Stone, I have been doing the T thing for around 10 years. In the past I have had blondi's, robustums, OBT, almost every Poec you can think of, cept subfusca, metallica, miranda, and tigg. But ya never know. I am very experienced in this hobby, well atleast I think I am. I have bred several different species and they have been successful on my part. I'm in the middle of a crawshayi breeding porject right now, along with P formosa, A. avicularia, A. hentzi, Cyriopagopus "blue", Cyrio. Schei. and more to come.
I like whatever species I see. If I see one, I will most likely aquire ir for my collection. I'm a go-get-er for tarantulas, pet store rescuer, like most everyone on this site.
So whatever you all are thinking of, throw it out there for me! I'm excited to see everyones responses.
.I've narrowed it down to this
Need to shorten it up a lil though...... :wall:
P.S. no I have never been bitten by a Poec, but I am sure there are reviews about the after math somewhere here, I'm just too lazy to find um..