list of T's to buy...when i get a job lol

arachnophile223

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b. smithi
b. vagans.
b. boehmei
a. geniculata
t. strimi
g. pulchra
g. pulchripes
a. avicularia
a. versicolor
p. regalis
p. metallica
p. irminia
GBB [lol don't know the scientific name :( ]
singapore blue
b. albopilosum
b. emilia
b. klassi
a. anax
a. chalcodes
a. behlei
a. hentzi
a. seemani
c. bechuanicus
c. crawshayi
h. maculata
h. gigas
h. longipes
l. difficilis
n. carapoensis
n. chromatus
n. coloratovillosus
p. cancerides
c. fasciatum


am i missing anything??? lol :D {D :p :) ;P :rolleyes:
 

Stoneleaf

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Nice list! are you planning on buying in bulk or one at a time? by the way GBB=Chromatopelma cyanopubescens and Singapore blue=Lampropelma violaceopes. Welcome to your new addiction {D
 

jt39565

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OBT ? In fact any of the Pterinochilus genus would be a welcome addition to your list. IMO that is.
 

arachnophile223

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Nice list! are you planning on buying in bulk or one at a time? by the way GBB=Chromatopelma cyanopubescens and Singapore blue=Lampropelma violaceopes. Welcome to your new addiction {D
yes thanks lol.

OBT ? In fact any of the Pterinochilus genus would be a welcome addition to your list. IMO that is.
the reason i didn't list an OBT is because i already have one lol! and a a g. rosea, one 3.5 " parahybana, and an h. lividum...i think these were some in the same genus as obt's..
 

paassatt

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and a a g. rosea, one 3.5 " parahybana, and an h. lividum...i think these were some in the same genus as obt's..
Those species are not in the same genus as an OBT, and they're not in the same genus themselves. H. lividum belongs to Haplopelma, L. parahybana belongs to Lasiodora and G. rosea belongs to Grammastola.
 

arachnophile223

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Those species are not in the same genus as an OBT, and they're not in the same genus themselves. H. lividum belongs to Haplopelma, L. parahybana belongs to Lasiodora and G. rosea belongs to Grammastola.
i know, sorry you missunderstood. i mean there was a Pterinochilus in my list ot 'to gets" soory :p Pterinochilus cancerides was on my list.
 

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C. crawshayi should be changed to P.muticus.

Additionally, capitalize the first letter, b/c I am the grammar police! {D
 

jt39565

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I'm not trying to be a pain but you need to learn Genus' . P. cancerides is Phormictopus cancerides NOT Pterinochilus cancerides.
 

grayhound

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I hope when you get a job, its a high paying one........ that list is gonna be pricey
 

arachnophile223

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C. crawshayi should be changed to P.muticus.

Additionally, capitalize the first letter, b/c I am the grammar police! {D
well i just saw it and copied what the website said. it's not a species i'm familiar with. just on my list to get at some point in the future

I'm not trying to be a pain but you need to learn Genus' . P. cancerides is Phormictopus cancerides NOT Pterinochilus cancerides.
dang. your right [:8o] i should've wrote out the whole genus so i'd learn them i know most of them, but i got a bit mixed up doing this list. for a couple of them, i was just browsing a site that sells them and adding the ones i'd want. haitian brown was one of them i think the other was Ceratogyrus bechuanicus
 

RoseT

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Do you own any T's now?...Not anyone to judge but you got both NW, and OW SP on that list with a lot of common ones...Just wondering about your experience in general.
 

astraldisaster

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I hope you're living in a big apartment or a house with an extra room for T enclosures when those all reach adulthood. :D
 

arachnophile223

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Do you own any T's now?...Not anyone to judge but you got both NW, and OW SP on that list with a lot of common ones...Just wondering about your experience in general.
yeah i have 4. g. rosea adult female, OBT adult female, h. lividum adult female, and a 3.5" l. parahybana

I also suggest raising a cricket and dubia colony, lol.
haha yeah! thats a good idea {D
 

jt39565

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I have had good luck with my small dubia colony, easy to maintain, no smell. I keep them covered - they like it & no one gets freaked over roaches.
 

grayhound

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I also suggest raising a cricket and dubia colony, lol.
LOL.... very true.... didnt even think about that comment!

Dubias are MUST!! I had to get a colony after i got about 4 or 5 T's. They are SOOOO much better than those nasty crickets
 
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Jacobchinarian

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Forget b vagans and get a sericopelma rubronitens. It is like comparing a blu ray to a music box. The sericopelma rubronitens has the size of a pamphobeteus and the colors exactly like a b vagans + if your lucky like me the temperament of a b vagans. Unfortunately the price and size difference are about twice as much for the sericopelma rubronitens. But it doesnt seem your too concerned about price. Also miarachnids has them pretty often and he is actualy who I bought mine from.
 

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C. crawshayi should be changed to P.muticus.

Additionally, capitalize the first letter, b/c I am the grammar police! {D
I agree, dont understan why so many capitalize the specie name like G. Rosea:?
 
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