Can anyone tell me what good pink Ts are out there? If possible docile and not much in venom. I decided to get pink Ts too. And I dont care if it hides, webs, or just be a rock, I WANT PINK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
P.pulcher is more of a light light brown with light reddish highlights and not docile at all, more skid-dish then anything lol...but not the pink i think your going for....also red phase rosea is probably the closest to the pink you want.... then maybe B.klaasi but with these its a gamble since they can be more orange then pink....look either at charles site(botars)rick wests and maybe e-spiderworld for pics of adult t's...this could limit all the guessing since they do have mature specimens of most of the t's available..
hope that helps
heres a pic of my female:
Theraphosa apophysis the males seem to be pinker than the femalesfrom the images i have seen.
Is a bit more on the defensive side I have heard, but it would be a choice if you wanted something when you are moe comfortable with more experienced species.
Or a Brachypelma vagans? The abdomen is more red but they are nice. The euthalus vulpinus is also a bit pinkish, but don't know if that is the pink you are looking for.
Oh, if you do want something a little more challenging, and less docile some of the poecilotheria have purple lusters but it depends from spider to spider or a Theraphosa apophysis. Again some are pinker than others, but the mature males are definately pink.