Poll: What is your favorite NW terrestrial genus?

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Magenta

Arachnosquire
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Mar 29, 2013
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I picked 'other' because I couldn't pick between them. I keep saying "Grammostola...no, Brachypelma...no..."
 

shaneshac

Arachnosquire
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Mar 15, 2013
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I voted Theraphosa had 4 of them and each was a beast

Never had an adult female Pamphobeteus though, a juvenile antinous i had died during a moult but her attitude was up there with my Theraphosas
 

grayzone

Arachnoking
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While ive actually never owned a Pampho, my vote goes to this genus. Big, bulky, beautiful ts. Nw terrestrial arent particularly my thing but theres a few species in this genera ive drooled over
 

Paramite

Arachnoprince
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Dec 6, 2006
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Xenesthis and Psalmopoeus. All though my favourite NW species is Grammostola pulchra. My old girl is still kicking!
 

Nara park

Arachnopeon
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Mar 25, 2017
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I own 29 T's and out of the 29 i have 4 pamphoebeteus. They are indeed the most enjoyable out of all T's that I own. Not to mention the sheer beauty of an Ultramarinus.
 

awiec

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Feb 13, 2014
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I'm also surprised Phormictopus got overlooked for similar reasons. I've yet to keep one but they seem really awesome.
I consider them more high strung pamphs but are pretty similiar in every other aspect.
 
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