Selenotypus sp.nebo

Selenocosima

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Hi everyone heres a pic of Selenotypus sp.nebo. As adults these look realy cool there from australia but there starting to find there way in to the u.k and usa, hope you like her/him still to yong to tell but I have a few of these and quite a few other australian sp. as well as many more tarantulas from all over the world but mostly all of the ones I keep are old worlds thanks.
 

Alice

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um, lovely t, but punctuation would be lovely as well ;).
 

Selenocosima

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Hi I'm glad you like the spider, but before you go ahead and critise I have Dyslexia, hence punctuation:embarrassed:
 

Steve Nunn

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It's nice to see the kids doing well :)

Here's Mum :)



Cheers,
Steve
 

Vermis

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Nice! I got me a Selenotholus sp. 'glenelva' sling recently; when I saw the Spider Shop was offering Australian tarantulas I jumped at the chance. :) (Marvellous country, fantastic wildlife, been once, hope to go again, etc. etc.)
 

Selenocosima

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Hi Steve thanks mate if it was'nt for you breeding them and getting them shiped to the uk I and others would'nt have any of these babes. I realy do love them, by the way Steve do you have any idea how long it takes for this sp. to reach maturity. I take it there slower than some of your other sp. Anyway anymore imfo Steve would be cool thanks mate:clap: :)
 

Selenops

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Really nice and thanks for posting the mother. Anything coming out of Australian is worth keeping an eye out for.

I am very fond of the theraphosids from Australasian and Asian regions.

Through your breeding efforts the hobby will hopefully see more of these in Europe and the States.
 
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