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Looking for a new T for beginners

Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by Andrew Clayton, Dec 20, 2018.

  1. The Grym Reaper

    The Grym Reaper Arachnoreaper Arachnosupporter

    Currently 69 (would've been 70 but I had a DOA yesterday and the replacement won't be getting shipped out until January)

    If you speak to him then I'm sure he'd be willing to arrange collection instead of shipping if you live close by.
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  2. I can't message him as his inbox is full and I don't have Facebook to message him but I have got an address for his store so going to chance my luck and go in tomorrow and see what he has
  3. Chris LXXIX

    Chris LXXIX ArachnoGod Active Member

    Since he was tagged in this thread, I'm certain that he will read that.
  4. Hey. I have just seen this thread.

    You are more than welcome to message me here or throught the facebook page. I will clear some space in my inbox just now if you want to do it here.

    If I have any stock that you are interested in, you are also welcome to stop by.
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  5. I don't have a Facebook account but I've had a look on you're page think I'm going to drop in tomorrow what are you're opening times
  6. I dont own a premises. I am only a breeder and not a store. But you are welcome to my home. I can arrange with you through inbox ;)
  7. basin79

    basin79 Arachnoemperor Active Member

    Pocket his female Xenesthis intermedia for me and I'll buy you a pint.
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  8. dangerforceidle

    dangerforceidle Arachnolord Active Member

    Possibly gravid if the action from his recent photo upload was a success. That's just a happy bonus.
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  9. Would you like number 1,2 or 3, sir?
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  10. viper69

    viper69 ArachnoGod Old Timer

    Would be wise of the OP to actually learn more about Ts instead of collecting them like Skittles. People who are new, with a lot of slings, often end up with a lot of dead slings.
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  11. Yeah because having 3 Ts is definetly a push. How do you expect anyone to learn without experience? Since you think youre god i suppose you could just bestow the experience i need? If youre just gawna have cheap digs take youre comments else where
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  12. Rigor Mortis

    Rigor Mortis Arachnoknight

    Hey now, that's not what they meant. I think they just meant the general idea is to not overload yourself, that's all.
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  13. Why not say that then instead of bring snied about it?
  14. Rigor Mortis

    Rigor Mortis Arachnoknight

    Well personally I've found a lot of very well-meaning comments/lots of well-meaning advice sounds kinda cold when it's just blank text. I doubt viper69 meant it that way. Basically it's just that you don't want to rush into getting many more than a small handful of spiders as a new keeper, since even having just one is a learning experience in and of itself.
  15. I know that i dont want to rush things, and ive taken advice on board by plenty of other members on here none of which was worded like that there is no need for it simple as that! Plus if i wanted his/her advice i would have asked.
  16. sschind

    sschind Arachnobaron Old Timer

    That's why I buy slings instead of adults. You can fit so many more into a handful even if it is a small one.
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  17. Rigor Mortis

    Rigor Mortis Arachnoknight

    Oh, stop it! :shifty:
  18. Oh i wouldnt collect them like skittles you will end up with alot of dead ones haha
  19. RonC

    RonC Arachnopeon

    I only have 5 at the moment. G.pulchripes, G.pulchra, B.Hamorii, B.albopolosum, A.moderatum. Smallest being about 12mm and the largest about 35-40mm. They have a ways to go.
  20. Ive just got a P. Everetti about 30mm dls and a P. Cambrigei thats just about 40mm from @KezyGLA there fast but seem to be quite calm at this size. Going to be fun when there bigger lol. My G. Pulchripes is still tiny but its a slow grower and ive read it can take nearly 4 years to fully grow
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