Recommend a T

Ando55

Arachnobaron
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Good luck choosing one, let us know if you need dealer help as well, I'll say the aureostriata is the cheapest of out that bunch size for size, dollar for dollar. Best wishes with your decision, any choice is a winner! :clap:
 

Nerri1029

Chief Cook n Bottlewasher
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Just know. that almost every T will want to "hide" once in a while.

but some a lot less than others.
 

rYe

Arachnosquire
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Dec 30, 2006
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What the? Are you sure that was a rosea and not something else that got mislabeled? (Petshops do that all the time.) The only rosea variations I've ever heard of were the "muddy" gray-brown, the lighter color with the pink carapace, and the red.
It was a Rosie alright, just don't get me wrong this thing wasn't shinning bright or anything. It was more of a hue and I have heard of Rosies (very rare ones I guess) that get lucky and come out with some odd color.
 
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