Psalmopoeus langenbucheri

advan

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Psalmopoeus langenbucheri is a nice, smaller species of Psalmopoeus from the Venezuelan cloud forest. Unlike other species from the genus, these have a high tolerance of each other. See here >>> Clicky

I don't think anyone has hatched these in the US yet. :ninja:

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Philth

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Great pics as usual Chad, and congrats! Are you going to try to raise some together ?

Later, Tom
 

miss moxie

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Cripes! That female is absolutely gorgeous. Will you be selling any of these?
 

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Mad props Chad!

Love the genus, hopefully this is the start of a long line of them hatched here in the future!!
 

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God the more i see psalms the more i eant them all..now i wish i got the $100 slings last month :(
 

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As said before: Great job, Chad! It's nice to see those getting spread over there in the hobby. I'd be interested to hear of anyone trying a communal of these in captivity.
 

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Very nice! Gorgeous species! I'm very interested to see how well they do communally in captivity.

Damon
 

King Sparta

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very nice. I wish canada would sell some of those fuzzies. I am looking to buy my first Psalmo.
But extremely nice job!!!
 

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@advan, would you mind letting me know if/when you have any for sale somewhere down the line, I'd really like a handful. I assume you are still breeding them.
 

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Nice. How big was ur female? And how fast do they grow? Thanks
Female now is 3.5" or so. 3"-3.25" at time of the sac. Slowest growing Psalmopoeus I have raised to date. But others have matured them in a year.

@advan, would you mind letting me know if/when you have any for sale somewhere down the line, I'd really like a handful. I assume you are still breeding them.
I've been needing males. Luckily I am picking one up next month from a friend. Just keep an eye in my picture thread for any success. :)
 
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