Desert Blonde (Chalcodes)

EulersK

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These are not the forums you're looking for...
http://arachnoboards.com/forums/for-sale-trade-want-to-buy.24/

Also, taking note of where you live, I assume that you're catching these out in the wild. Catching a couple for your personal collection is fine, so long as it's done responsibly. But a person going out intentionally catching them to sell in large numbers can very easily decimate a local population given how slowly this species grows. This species is very easy to breed - catch yourself a female and a male, breed them, and sell the babies. You'll end up with several hundred spiders for a fraction of the work.
 

austinmartin2

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Mar 2, 2015
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These are not the forums you're looking for...
http://arachnoboards.com/forums/for-sale-trade-want-to-buy.24/

Also, taking note of where you live, I assume that you're catching these out in the wild. Catching a couple for your personal collection is fine, so long as it's done responsibly. But a person going out intentionally catching them to sell in large numbers can very easily decimate a local population given how slowly this species grows. This species is very easy to breed - catch yourself a female and a male, breed them, and sell the babies. You'll end up with several hundred spiders for a fraction of the work.
I definitely dont go catching large numbers of them. It was just a question i only have two adults i was planning on breeding.
 

Dovey

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Apr 9, 2016
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If you have a mature female, I' m looking for one. All I've run across is males, and now I've got the Tom Ford of chalcodes living under my bed. :astonished:
 
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