The ones you'd get again

Cirith Ungol

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What kinds of T's would you buy again if yours died of old age? Mention only the top of your list, if it's long...

I would certainly again get geniculata, blondi, versi and GBB (and absolutely P imperator - wrong forum tough ;) )
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thunderthief

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Of the ones I have now I would get again my
A. geniculata (will have to soon as its just molted into a mature male :( )
B. smithi
GBB
T. blondi
C. fasciatum
 

RottweilExpress

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I got 30 Ts, hard to say any specifics, but some examples....

Definetly
A. Geniculata (the temperament, the growing, the beauty)
P. Cancerides (damnit, male)
L. Parahybana (Good overall)

Probably
C. Cyano
C. Fimbriatus
T. Blondi
 

kristal_kaos

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A. geniculata, B. smithi, A. avicularia

Ohhh, I like this thread:D
I would have to rebuy my A. geniculata for sure....what a beauty
then, of course, I would rebuy my B. smithi's. Im not that taken with my boehmei, so I wouldnt rebuy her....I love my avic avic-would be lost without an avic, so I would rebuy her too
 

Xochie

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The only 'T' I have atm is a C. Fasciatum. I would get another one and also maybe a a few different ones to start my hobby (not sure yet what different kinds I would get, I want sooooo many...LOL!)
 

tacomadiver

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The very first T I ever got...I sold it in 99, and I feel pretty stupid for doing so. Pamphobeteus antinous. I miss her.
 

galeogirl

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All of the African ts I've ever owned (of course)
H. lividum
G. rosea
B. albopilosum
B. emilia
 

LeilaNami

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G. rosea and A. metallica I get a kick out of watching the both of them {D
 

ShadowBlade

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Psalmopoeus irminia is the only one I can say I'd definately replace.

-Sean
 

Dorcus

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B. smithi, A. versicolor, and Pamphobeteus sp. Ecuador South
 

cheetah13mo

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For me it would be my vagans, smithi, versicolor, parahybana and my WC hentzis. I think this will change once some of my slings grow and I've had them a while.
 

moose35

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i would replace my Pamphobeteus sp. i loved that big girl.
 

monitormonster

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Hmmmm.....

I would say that I would get another A. Versicolor, A. Geniculata, and B. Albopilosum....
 

P. Novak

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If I lost all my Ts, and had to replace them.....

I would definately replace my

Brachypelma emilia
Pterinochilus murinus
Acanthoscurria geniculata
Grammostola rosea
 

Iggy

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My top 5 would be...... Lampropelma violaceopes, Poecilotheria rufilata, Cyriopagopus schioedtei, Avicularia versicolor, and Chilobrachys fimbriatus. I have had good luck with these.
 

Giantsfan24

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Probably the P. murinus and a young cobalt blue(who burrowed the FIRST nite). My N. Chromatus is awesome looking but she has not webbed all or even tried to burrow(i know i know they are not obligate burrowers but some do burrow alot).
 
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