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Pulk

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singapore blue is Cyriopagopus sp. and cobalt blue is Haplopelma sp. (H. lividum)
 

Rain_Flower

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Well yes.. I knew that. I suppose it was a silly question... today has just been a looong day. How much do they usually cost? I heard they are pretty expensive and I bought mine (pretty sure that's what it is) for only twenty.
 

julesaussies

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I heard they are pretty expensive and I bought mine (pretty sure that's what it is) for only twenty.

Which one did you buy? Price depends a lot on size and sex for any T you are buying. You can check the going rates in the classifieds for prices for the one you bought.
 

Feathers

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Singapore is an arboreal, whereas the colbalt is terrestrial. In watching the boards and sales, the Singapore is slightly more expensive and can grow to 9 inches.
 

Rain_Flower

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Which one did you buy? Price depends a lot on size and sex for any T you are buying. You can check the going rates in the classifieds for prices for the one you bought.
Singapore blue, not sure on sex, possibly female. Around 3 in. Do they have stripes on their legs? Still not 100% sure on species and want to make sure.
 

julesaussies

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Singapore blue, not sure on sex, possibly female. Around 3 in. Do they have stripes on their legs? Still not 100% sure on species and want to make sure.

Innn that case, just check the classified prices for "unsexed" ~3"
 

Merfolk

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Actually, the color patterns are very simillar (whitish body, chevrons, blue legs) they seem like the arboreal/terrestrial version of the same species!!!
 

worm's girl

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visually, singapore blues are really leggy (like said above about hitting 9") and when theyre adults their carapace tends to be really tan colored where i dont think the cobalt blue is as tan. male singapores arent blue at all, but our singapore is about the same size as yours (which worm just posted a pick of in the picture forum last nite) which we are assuming is likely female have all the color and is real dark (almost black) as a sling with little brown hairs all over her long legs. i'm not sure what the cobalts look like at that size but take a look in the gallery, ours (worm or worm's girl) is about 2.5-3 inches
 

JMoran1097

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sing. blues have longer, thinner legs and they are actually a dark navy/purple color in my opinion.


cobals are a rich cobalt blue with tiger striped patterns on their abdomens.
 
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