New additions! (Again)

Robyn8

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Help I can't stop :p

Got 9 new Ts this week:
0.0.2 euathlus red
0.0.2 Grammostola pulchra
0.1.0 Neoholothele incei subadult
1.0.0 Neoholothele incei subadult
0.0.3 Holothele incei gold.

The N incei female:
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N incei male:
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One of the H incei slings ran up my arm and onto the back of my vest:

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G. pulchra sling:
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Storm76

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Congrats. Hope you're patient since some of those will grow like chewing gum...I speak from experience.
 

Robyn8

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Yeah, G pulchra and the Euthlus sp red will be slooooow growing. Actually i have first instar Euauthlus red already, but he's funny always curious. The two new additions are 5th instar or so.

Love the N. incei's. Hope to breed them someday.
 

Robyn8

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Grammostola pulchra is a different species, the adults become velvety black :)
 

Vanessa

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The G. pulchra is so cute! Is that short for pulchripes? Or it it a different species?
G. pulchra is a separate species. They are a pure black, bulky, spider. They are known to be more tolerant and are very sought after. They are usually expensive and sometimes difficult to find.
I've had adult females in the past and now have two spiderlings.
My favourite tarantula of all time.
 
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