Intermediate T's?

Gregg1LE

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Hey all-
Please check my sig for my present T's....

But I'm ready for a semi-aggressive/defensive T that does not hide too much.Hopefully with some color;) and affordibility
:?

What are your recommendations?
Thanks-
 

Joy

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Some suggestions:

A. geniculata
C. cyaneopubescens
L. cristata
L. striatipes
M. robustum
Anything from genus Pamphobeteus
P. cancerides

Joy
 
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Devildoll

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Joy, you not much of an aboreal fan? hehehe...

Intermediate other than Joys wonderful recomendations would be P. cambridgei... they hide a lot as spiderlings, but mine go out for ventures all times of day once they hit the 3 inch mark... which takes no time.. they grow fast.

maybe an A. versicolor... super beautiful colors.... not defensive or aggresive, but fast, can be a little skittish and absoloutly beautiful.
 

kellygirl

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Originally posted by Joy
Some suggestions:

A. geniculata
C. cyaneopubescens
L. cristata
L. parahybana
L. striatipes
M. robustum
Anything from genus Pamphobeteus
P. cancerides

Joy

I heard Haitian Browns could be aggressive?

kellygirl
 

vulpina

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Check my signature for some T's, I agree you should get a geniculata or GBB.

Andy
 

LPacker79

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I'll second Joy's suggestion of a L. striatipes. I started out hating mine, but now it's one of my favorites. Very similar to the parahybana as far as care and temperament go. Mine is more prone to flicking than my parahybana though.

Leanne
 
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