has anyone Seen Or heard of this T

CrotchGremlin

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El Salvador Fawn Birdeater & IF So Can anyone Give me Some info On it.
Iv Searched & Searched & didn't find very much information
 

Cirith Ungol

Ministry of Fluffy Bunnies
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That's because that isn't the scientific name of the T. Whom ever made that name up was very creative. I'll have a try too: Brazillian Striped Knickerbocker Giant Birdeater ;)

Ergo: You need to find out the scientific name of that T so that you'll have luck finding any info on it. Shops, sometimes smalltime breeders, often T-hunters, will make up names to make the T sound fancy and because they have no idea what that T actually is. :)
 

titus

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Stichoplastoris longistylus, El Salvador Fawn Birdeater. I also didn't come up with much on care of the species but someone should know.
 

Pyst

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Here's a female Stichoplastoris longistylus (El Salvador Fawn Birdeater) owned by a fellow board member.



Leanne I hope you don't mind me posting a picture of it but it's the best one I could find. There's another picture on e-spiderworld.com but the flash gives it a blue tint.

Here's a little more info on the species.
http://zipcodezoo.com/Animals/S/Stichoplastoris_longistylus.asp
 
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