Hoping for an ID on a Craigslist Tarantula

KezyGLA

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Yep. That thing looks very rough. Probably near the end.

As for IDing a Redrump.. It is near impossible to know for sure by a photo.
 

EulersK

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A $40 "rehoming fee" :rofl: For what?! It doesn't even come with a cage!

I emailed him and told him that it's a mature male. He responded promptly with more than enough profanity. Apparently mature males are "known to live for decades after they hook out". Learn something new every day.
 

dopamine

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I emailed him and told him that it's a mature male. He responded promptly with more than enough profanity. Apparently mature males are "known to live for decades after they hook out". Learn something new every day.
Watch him promptly remove those photos.
 

cold blood

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A $40 "rehoming fee" :rofl: For what?! It doesn't even come with a cage!

I emailed him and told him that it's a mature male. He responded promptly with more than enough profanity. Apparently mature males are "known to live for decades after they hook out". Learn something new every day.
Classic clueless CL seller.
 

Andrea82

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@Robyn8 found a similar sort of adon our national 'craigslist', marktplaats. When pointed out, the guy was clueless. And another guy had an ad for a P.murinus, going with the text: nice beginner species, fun to own spider. Sigh.
 
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