C. olivaceum!

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Arachnobaron
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My sister in law found this T in her living room! It's wierd that I've been turning over every single rock that there is in the area and I had never found one.
It seems that it's always like this.. whenever you look for something, you don't find anything, but when you just stay without searching, then it appears :rolleyes:
It's a rather big specimen and surprisingly has no tibial hooks, so I guess it's a female. I'll wait till its next molt to find it out.







 

arachnophile223

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wow...thats awesome! i wish i could keep a bunch of T's [i mean there's what 850 species?] owning one species is like having one color of crayon...
 

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Arachnobaron
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You gotta live in Isreal to find one in your living room.......
That's where I live, indeed :}

wow...thats awesome! i wish i could keep a bunch of T's [i mean there's what 850 species?] owning one species is like having one color of crayon...
Yes, you're so right. You may have 50, 100 or 200 tarantulas, but you'll always want one more :wall:
 
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