I've vote against the G. rosea, I've got 4 now and 3 of them throw threat postures when you try and touch them. The 3rd is ok though. My avic has never shown a threat posture though.Mattyb said:I'd say a A.Avic or a G.Rosea
My seemanni is nasty, almost as bad as my lividum or cancerides..mouse said:but i'd say the seemanni would be the one to start with on the aphonopelmas
Exactly my thoughts. A.avic for 1st choice because they are very tolerant when it comes to handling (no aggression and threat posture etc.). Adults which are readily available in petstores don't jump often.Bearskin10 said:This is something that has been discussed here many times and you will get a few different answers, for me I would recommend the common pinktoe "Avicularia avicularia" as my first choice, they are just about as docile as they get but can be a little qiuck for some new to the hobby, second choice would be a chaco gold knee "Grammostola aureostriata" they get big but are also very docile, hope that helps a little. Greg
LOL!! That is a good point My A avic won't jump, bite, run etc. but it WILL take a crap on youAtrax said:. Oh, the other thing would be to watch out for their butt. They also like to crap on ya just to show what grateful creatures they can be.