Advertisement Hi there folks! First of all I'm thrilled to join you, I been a lurker for a while when I was doing my research before getting into this. So without any further bla bla bla, here's the list: Grammostola pulchra Grammostola pulchripes Lasiodora parahybana Not exactly Ts but also: Damon diamonda (tailless whip scorpion) Vinegaroon Pandinus Imperator Later on (near future): Curly hair T So what do you guys think? I already have the G pulchra sling and she is adorable (about 2" atm). Supposed to go pickup the tailless whip this Saturday and prolly the vinegaroon too. Lasiodora parahybana is coming in a week or so (just molted and I wanna wait for the exoskeleton to harden and be ready to eat before I get it (3" female). Local pet shop promised they'll stock G pulchripes very soon and I'll pickup a female asap. Anything you guys feel I should know about them?I looking for things that are calm and unlikely to bite, and that don't have a medically significant venom. I understand owning old world Ts, but it just ain't for me. Not when new world species are just an order of magnitude more manageable and still fascinating. Does any of the above require heating? My room temp is between 23° C and 29.5 for summer months when I ain't at home and AC is switched off. I'm also using cocoa fiber for all of em. Roaches illegal in Canada so I'm feeding a mix of mealworms and crickets (might add supers soon). I'm feeding slings twice a week. Do you guys disagree with any of the above? Finally, think I should reconsider any of them? Cheers!