Chromatapelma cyaneopubescens

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Arachnoknight
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are they new world or old world? i can't seem to find it anywhere i don't plan on getting one for a while but i need to know cause my mom is afraid of old world T's so as long as i take care of her i gotta stick to new world
 

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alright thanks i swear i've spent 2 weeks searching here and google to find an answer they're super colorful for being NW
 

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they're somewhat more rare, when they are bred they sell fast and are pricey.

The best idea is to get a sling vs. trying to find a juvy or adult female.
 

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yeah most of the T's i end up getting i buy slings instead of juvies or adults i mean it's russian roulette with gender but often times multiple slings are cheaper or same priced as one female i don't know if thats the case with Chromatapelma cyaneopubescens but i'll be doing a lot more looking into before i decide to purchase one (or more)
 

Spidershane1

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Have seen em go for anywhere between $20-$50 for slings, usually around $40 range.
I believe they are from Venezuela.
 
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