Single Dream Spider

Smotzer

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Just wondering, but why do you consider them your dream genus? Genuinely curious...they've just never appealed to me personally.
Dwarves just fascinate me! And the whole genus is pretty gorgeous to me!! I mean when you first get one, you’ll be amazed at just how small they are!!:drooling::anxious::hungry: So cute!! It’s pretty incredible to see something so tiny feed and take down prey! They sport their adult colors fairly early, and they grow fast for a dwarf, especially considering others that are so slow as dwarfs, and mine put on pretty good size subjectively with molts which is impressive to me. Dwarves in general, and Cyriocosmus in particular exhibit a wide array of behaviors from being terrestrial, and webbing, and burrowing, and all combined!
And the room the take up is awesome!! Adult enclosures are not big at all and you have the ability to have a lot of for a 1/4 Space compared to what having the same amount of ‘normal’ sized T’s.

here’s an enclosure I just did yesterday that was a step up from a vial, that it will live in for a while. I had this cool container that’s about the same volume as a deli cup, just a little more shallow but wider diameter and just clear! This is a couple molts in, but look how cute and little that guy is still is!!:D E0050823-B090-4CF3-9ACB-35D4FA2CDA96.jpeg
 
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Tarantuland

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Thrixopelma Cyanoleum, Theraphosinae sp Panama or Homoeomma Chillensis but I also really want a Stirmi. It would depend on what you already have though
 

Tarantuland

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Now that I see what you currently have I'd say you need either Idothele Mira, Megaphobema Robustum, H Pulchripes, or Ybyrapora Diversipes
 
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