Make Mine Pink

sweetmisery

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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

THANKS!
 

Taceas

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I'm not sure if it qualifies as pink or not, but Psalmopoeus pulcher definitely has a pinkish tone to my eyes. Or if they're affordable, Xenesthis immanis.

Other than that I'm not sure what other pink options there are that you haven't already covered in your various lists.
 

sweetmisery

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I already got a Rosea.

Is the Psalmopoeus pulcher docile? And all got a pink tint or depends?
 

sick4x4

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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:
 
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David_F

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A. versicolor. Lots of other colors but there's some pink to them. More so than many of the other commonly available pinktoes.

 

LimaMikeSquared

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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.

http://www.arachnoboards.com/ab/gallery/showimage.php?i=1171&c=29

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.

LMS
 
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matthias

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maybe I'm being dence but what about A. avic? they have pink toes!{D {D
 

tabor

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L. parahybana are big and brown, with pinkish high lights. T. gigas looks sort of pinkish orange too.
 

chilean

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Avic Avic, don't they start pink with black toes? But they grow to be black with pink toes... like nailpolish.
 

P. Novak

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If you're looking for a pink T, I'd definately go with Avicularia versicolor! I'd say its one of the top pink Ts, if not the most!

Pink Ts such as this one, P. platyomma, are only that pink when mature males.
 
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C_Strike

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This is my apoph, They look better in in reality



overall, your best bet is A minatrix
 
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