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Brian S

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Its been a looooooooong time since I posted in this section. I seem to seldom talk about my Ts anymore since scorps are my real passion but my T collection is doing well and is even growing some. This is a few of my spiders.

Psalmopoeus pulcher


Poecilotheria striata


Tap gigas


Brachypelma emilia


Pamphobeteus sp "Platyomma"


Pamphobeteus sp 2 (Ecuador)


Brachypelma smithi


Greenbottle Blue
 

cheetah13mo

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Awsome collection. I've been wondering if you were ever going to post some T pics on here. I'll expect this to be updated on a regular basis. lol I think that's the biggest P. pulcher I've ever seen. Later Brian.
 

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I have lots of others too. I guess I should get ambitious and post a few once in awhile.
Thanks Fellow Missourian ;)
 

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It's about time Brian, I mean you give advice, advice, advice, pictures of scorpions, advice, pictures of scorpions, advice, and no pictures of Ts! This better change because your Ts are stunning and your pics are great!
 

Brian S

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Okie dokie but remember scorps are STILL my real passion :D

Oligoxystre sp "Auratum"
 

Brian S

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No other Psalmos. I used to have all of them, well all that is in the hobby that is. I am more into big itchy spiders these days
 

Brian S

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From Arachnocon

Here are a few new additions from Arachnocon 2007!!

Pamphobeteus nigricolor ultimate male. I have nice looking girl for him :D


Xenenthis intermedia female (from Southern Spider Works)


I finally won something!! I won the early registration prize that consists of 7 Austrailian tarantulas. This made the trip to Arachnocon worth it by itself!!
Since they all look pretty much the same for now I will only post this one

Phlogius papuanus



Since the Australian Ts are burrowers this is how I set them up. The same way I do Hystocrates, Haplopelma, Chilobrachys etc.
 

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Wow Brian. Nice score on the wins. Is there anything on your wish list for T's in the future?
 

Brian S

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hmmmmm my wish list??

Well I am not sure. I was planning to get a P metallica but when I saw a sexed out X intermedia I couldnt resist. I actually like the X spp better for some reason. I dont really have much of a wish list actually as I am and have been out of room for some time. I think I will probably start getting a few slings of the spp I keep and try to get some males and start breeding more Ts.
 

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Very nice choice. Breed T's, that's what I like to hear. You'll turn into a master at that too. Let me know if I can help fellow Missourian. ;)
 

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Funny thing, the first 5 attempts at breeding Ts were very successful and I actually thought that this is easy and then I got fed some "humble pie" as the last 5 or 6 attempts have been bad to say the least. Hell I bred P purminus last year and got a whopping total of 3 spiderlings!!! Now it sux when you flop a breeding of OBT beleieve me LOL
 
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