G. Rosea

m0nay

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Which is better BCF or RCF??
im having a RCF.and cant wait for it..urrrggghhhhh....:drool:
 

Moltar

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Neither are "better" they are just different colors. The RCF is a bit harder to find but is by no means rare.
 

Moltar

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They are the same species, just different coloration. Any variation between one color form and the other would be the same as variation between individuals of the same color form. G. rosea is generally a very docile species but they are also known for a certain level of unpredictability. That said, it is still a fairly safe bet that a G. rosea will be a pretty docile spider but you risk a bite, urtication or harm to the specimen any time you handle any tarantula.
 

Hatr3d

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m0nay, don't wanna sound rude but you could just stop starting 3 threads a day asking super common questions about the most common tarantula species ever. Just use the search and a bit of patience and you'll find TONS of infos, please.
 

Chris_Skeleton

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m0nay, don't wanna sound rude but you could just stop starting 3 threads a day asking super common questions about the most common tarantula species ever. Just use the search and a bit of patience and you'll find TONS of infos, please.
Agreed :clap:
 

Lolita

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m0nay, don't wanna sound rude but you could just stop starting 3 threads a day asking super common questions about the most common tarantula species ever. Just use the search and a bit of patience and you'll find TONS of infos, please.
i hear you seeing rose hair threads like 6 billion times a day is kinda blah i mean i have 4 of the little guys and i like them but i do have other T topics i like talking about plus theres already a bucket load of rosie threads if you just search for them
 

jgod790

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Don't be discouraged mOnay, feel free to speak your mind and ask any question you might have, regardless what anyone else says. But to answer your question, the color of a G. rosea has no significance regarding the temperament or personality of the tarantula.
 

Mojo Jojo

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...feel free to speak your mind and ask any question you might have, regardless what anyone else says...
I guess the webmaster should unsticky Rose Hair Owners Please Read! How to REALLY take care of your G. rosea and get rid of the Search button.

There's no reason to start four different G. rosea threads within a 36 hours. Keep it to one thread.

3/29/11 10:04 pm - New G. rosea thread started by m0nay: Help! Im a newbie! :D
3/30/11 08:21 am - New G. rosea thread started by m0nay: Is This TRUE?? (rosea)
3/31/11 12:05 am - New G. rosea thread started by m0nay: feeding my rosea soon..
3/31/11 08:15 am - New G. rosea thread started by m0nay: new tarantula
 

rockrox1

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ohh give this guy a break... i think he's just a little over enthusiast to have a tarantula pet and a really newbie on this board. he may not know this site as well as all of us have. Monay, there is a search function in the upper right corner for your research... you can do well with a bit of research before asking. but if there are contradictory statements, you can still post some clarificatory questions... a lot of guys in here have the intimate knowledge and experience of a lot of Ts.
 
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