mature Klassi male

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Beautiful! I have a mite-sized B. klaasi that I can only hope may look like that (only female) one day.
 

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hey

Awsome T! Nice pic, do you have a female for him? his time is almost up:( , Good Luck,

James
 

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Ed,
Wow! Now I see why they command such a high price. How are they, temperament wise?

Peace,
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atavuss

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Originally posted by Gillian
Ed,
Wow! Now I see why they command such a high price. How are they, temperament wise?

Peace,
Gillian
this guy is one of the calmest, if not the calmest brachy I have ever seen........not sure if it is a quirk with this guy or if all of them are like that. I had an opportunity to buy two or three adult females several years ago for dirt cheap and I snoozed on it and lost out......
:rolleyes:
Ed
 

atavuss

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Re: hey

Originally posted by Tarantula Lover
Awsome T! Nice pic, do you have a female for him? his time is almost up:( , Good Luck,

James
no females here of that sp., he is gone on breeding loan.
Ed
 

atavuss

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Originally posted by monantony
Ed
Did he just molt out? I hope my female molts soon... Her eggsac attempt failed before....
Tony
yes, molted about a month ago.
Ed
 

Joy

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Originally posted by atavuss
this guy is one of the calmest, if not the calmest brachy I have ever seen........not sure if it is a quirk with this guy or if all of them are like that. I had an opportunity to buy two or three adult females several years ago for dirt cheap and I snoozed on it and lost out......
:rolleyes:
Ed
Mine was very even-tempered, too, Ed. You have a very beautiful spider there!

Joy
 

Steve Nunn

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Originally posted by atavuss
pretty, ain't he?
Ed
Hi Ed,
My favourite Brachypelma!! If you're interested, I can put you in touch with Martha Yanez, she's captive breeding about 300 B.klaasi for her Phd here in Australia. She's doing the research under Dr Rob Raven.

Cheers,
Steve
 

atavuss

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Re: Re: mature Klassi male

Originally posted by Steve Nunn
Hi Ed,
My favourite Brachypelma!! If you're interested, I can put you in touch with Martha Yanez, she's captive breeding about 300 B.klaasi for her Phd here in Australia. She's doing the research under Dr Rob Raven.

Cheers,
Steve
300!? Wow! how did she get ANY brachypelmas into Australia?
Ed
 

Midwest Art

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Nice Klassi!

Nice looking male!

I know that he's in capable hands. Hopefully he'll have some nice babies as klassi hatchouts are rare.

My female is F-A-T (pictured below just after shed earlier this year) and I'm waiting on her to shed, then she'll be ready. She's still feeding so it may be a while. I have a few males as backups.

N-Joy
Art
 
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atavuss

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Re: Nice Klassi!

Originally posted by Midwest Art
Nice looking male!

I know that he's in capable hands. Hopefully he'll have some nice babies as klassi hatchouts are rare.

My female is F-A-T (pictured below just after shed earlier this year) and I'm waiting on her to shed, then she'll be ready. She's still feeding so it may be a while. I have a few males as backups.

N-Joy
Art
they are gorgeous! I am still kicking myself for passing on the females when I had the chance!
:8o
Ed
 

Steve Nunn

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Re: Re: Re: mature Klassi male

Originally posted by atavuss
300!? Wow! how did she get ANY brachypelmas into Australia?
Ed
Oh, I know, WOW!!

She was able to with the OK from Dr Raven on the grounds it was for scientific research purposes. Captive breeding to preserve the species and such.

Steve
 
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