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toan

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hi heres one sold to me as "v. vulpinus" and she has grown from a sling to this size in just a few months. MUCH faster than my t. blondi.
 

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toan

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That's a full-sized shoe box is she is at least 7".
 

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MrT

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Toan,
Isnt that a N. vulpinus?
I just got one two days ago.
Cool looking spider.:D
I posted yesterday, and M. Huber posted some pics... Check em out. The thread subject is N. Vulpinus.

Ernie
 

Phillip

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used to be...

It got changed from Vitallus to Nhandu a while back.
Phil
 

Exodus

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That's a cool T.Do you know if it's male or Female?
 

Henry Kane

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That is a nice looking T! How big do they usually get on average?
Atrax
 

toan

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It's a female and i was told they get gigantic (11"?). What I like most about this one how fast it grows!!! well, that and the red-pink color, really nice if you see it in person.

This, in my opinion, is the coolest t (based on color, size, and freeding response). Currntly it ranks above my T. Blondi, B. smithi, and L. para.

Toan
 
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