Love of arboreals

Mattybofmd

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I first started out with a few terrestrials the got my 1st pinktoe it was downhill from there all I collect now are arboreals the pinktoes are so clumsily cute the pokies are strikingly gorgeous and awesome and the psalms are quite the lil rascals
 

Den

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So are you saying that you don't like terrestrials now?!?!?! :eek:
 

Mattybofmd

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no way I have love for them to my L.Para is getting huge and my B.Smithi is now a confirmed female looking gorgeous in her new exo, and gotta have love for the rosies they got me in the hobby to begin
 

Den

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yes :( But I'm going to get an LP, Tapinauchenius subcaeruleus and a b. jacksoni in a few months.
 

ZergFront

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I swing more on the arboreal side even though I have a love for terrestrials, too. My arboreals so far outnumber my terrestrials 10 to 4. Less than 3 years ago, I didn't even know there were tarantulas existing in the trees. I have a feeling GBB will someday be the majority of my terrestrial collection someday. :)
 

Mattybofmd

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there not itchy but some pack a whop in the venom department (p.regalis)
 

Mattybofmd

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mess with it course not.... doesnt mean the occasional mishap wont happen during tank upgrades or tank cleaning
 

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mess with it course not.... doesnt mean the occasional mishap wont happen during tank upgrades or tank cleaning
I used to use a big deli cup during rehousing of my P. ornata. Of course there's always a chance when cleaning, but my female P. ornata used to sit in her cork bark hide during it all. I usually gave her a big ole' dubia to keep her occupied during cleaning.
 
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