Cyriopagopus doriae

Foggy

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I saw a Cyriopagopus Doriae online for $100 and I was wondering if I should go ahead and buy, I've been wanting one for a while but haven't found any available. Haven't been in the hobby long so how common are these guys in the U.S market?
 

FrDoc

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That's pretty much high retail for a 1-1.5" sling of that species in the U.S.. They are not what most would consider common, but I wouldn't consider them rare.
 

Foggy

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That's pretty much high retail for a 1-1.5" sling of that species in the U.S.. They are not what most would consider common, but I wouldn't consider them rare.
Thanks a ton
 

FrDoc

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You’re welcome. I have one, it’s very cool.
 

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Pretty much typical Asian fossorial, just want to be left alone. They’re definitely not ones with which to trifle. My C. schmidti (gold) is a lot worse. I will add, mine has done the absolutely coolest enclosure landscaping of any T I own.
 

Foggy

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Pretty much typical Asian fossorial, just want to be left alone. They’re definitely not ones with which to trifle. My C. schmidti (gold) is a lot worse.
Yeah, Cyriopagopus is very individualized from my experience. I guess it's a good thing they're only trouble during rehousings lol. Your Schmidti is gorgeous, ty for all the help :)
 
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