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nemesis6sic6

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Hi I was just wondering how many people are on a breeding project for Ts and what you're breeding right now.
Just curious because I was thinking of starting one my own with one of my Ts
 

RugbyDave

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A.versi
A.avic
G.rosea
B.albo
P.irm (very soon)
H.gigas (very soon)

what are you thinking of breeding?

peace
dave
 

nemesis6sic6

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hi

Thank's for your reply
I thinking of Breeding my P. irminia
also. She was my first T and my friend has a male that looks ready
doing sperm webs and all.
 

invadermike

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In the near future i plan to breed, (i'm using common names because i will most likely spell scientific ones wrong, i'm a HORRIBLE speller :) )

- Greenbottle blue
- Usumbara (How fun will that be? I'm sure they will run away from me... but as long as they get the "deed" done, it's all worth it :) )

Mike
 
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skadiwolf

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well, i'd been pondering breeding some adult curly hairs. basically, they're the only adult Ts i'm willing to pay for...the others are just too expensive. (grin)

however, it was only a thought. might not end up doing it. however, i have two slings now and i LOVE the little guys. :)
 

Mendi

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G.rosea
A.avicularia
C.fasciatum
A.hentzi
A.seemanni
and I've got a mature female "Carlsbad Green" if anyone finds a mature/soon to mature male while they are collecting during the conference. She recently molted and is open to the idea :D
 

Lopez

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G rosea male should be arriving for me next week :)
 

Buspirone

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Originally posted by invadermike
In the near future i plan to breed, (i'm using common names because i will most likely spell scientific ones wrong, i'm a HORRIBLE speller :) )

- Greembottle blue
- Usumbara (How fun will that be? I'm sure they will run away from me... but as long as they get the "deed" done, it's all worth it :) )

Mike
In Tarantulas and Other Arachnids, Sam Marshall says that if you plan on trying to breed a T in captivity he defies the reader to fail to successfully breed Usumaras.


I'm thinking about trying to breed some Avic. avic. as my first attempt. I have a male that just molted out last week to a mature state. I'm going to look for a female in the next few weeks at the shop I goto. I'm interested in the experience of doing it and seeing the process first hand.
 

RugbyDave

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avic mating?

its fun-- just a blur of black, red and tons of leg waving.. and then before you even know it, he's bolting out of there... =D

at least that's my experience!

good luck!
peace
dave
 

Immortal_sin

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currently, I have my ever lasting cohabitating G rosea...who have been living together for months.
I have a male C cyaneopubescens coming this week for my females, and I'm looking for:
B vagans male
H maculata male
A urticans male
 

Henry Kane

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C. fasciatum
G. aureostriatum
G. rosea
C. exilicauda (scorps) I have a m/f pair cohabitating in hopes some offspring will result.



Atrax
 

Immortal_sin

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Gary, have the C fasciatum mated yet, or are you still fattening up your girl?
 
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