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endoflove

Arachnoknight
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at what size do they start showing the larger thick legs? thanks (im pretty sure the males have less pronounced legs)
 

Fyreflye

Arachnoknight
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Honestly, i'm not familiar with this species. I tried to Google 'KBB,' but all that it brought me was 'Kelley Blue Book' and 'Kitchen and Bath Business.' No Ts there.

I'm being silly (though, i really DID Google it). :D

I'm assuming you mean the GBB (Greenbottle Blue, or Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens)? I'm learning about this one as i go- my sling is currently at about 3.5", and is still in the gangly teenage phase. My GUESS would be that they thicken up closer to being mature adults?
 

smallara98

Arachnobaron
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Honestly, i'm not familiar with this species. I tried to Google 'KBB,' but all that it brought me was 'Kelley Blue Book' and 'Kitchen and Bath Business.' No Ts there.

I'm being silly (though, i really DID Google it). :D

I'm assuming you mean the GBB (Greenbottle Blue, or Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens)? I'm learning about this one as i go- my sling is currently at about 3.5", and is still in the gangly teenage phase. My GUESS would be that they thicken up closer to being mature adults?
No , s/he means a King Baboon ;)
 

Fyreflye

Arachnoknight
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lol sorry i mean Kbb as King baboon
Sorry, endoflove, i'd never seen that abbreviation used before. Nor do i have any experience with King Baboons, so....i'm not really being helpful on any level, lol. Hope you find your answer. :)
 
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