Undecisive yet again

ballpython2

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Well here I am again buying more T's (these two I'm buying this week will make numbers 15 and 16 about.) and can't decide what I want to buy..I'm not going to let the smaller sized one get to me so i may buy two of them..

I have decided to buy them in groups of two..so if yall suggest one thats in a pair I'm going to buy the other one I linked with it lol...Don't ask why I'm doing it like this.. I didn't not group them by Genus or nothing like that just picked random ones and put them together I just want to be different so here are the groups (drum roll please)

Group A:
-King Baboon (Citharischius crawshayi)
-Thai Tiger (Haplopelma longipes)

Group B:
-Bahia Grey Birdeater (Lasiodora striatipes)
-White Striped Birdeater (Nhandu chromatus)

Group C:
-Haitian Brown Tarantula (Phormictopus cancerides)
-Fringed Ornamental (Poecilotheria ornata)

Group D:
-Pedersen's Ornamental (Poecilotheria pederseni)
-Indian Ornamental (Poecilotheria regalis)

Group E:
-Suntiger Tarantula (Psalmopoeus irminia)
-Dodoma Baboon (Pterinochilus lugardi)

Group F:
-Featherleg Baboon (Stromatopelma calceatum)
-Black-rump Birdeater (Acanthoscurria sternalis)

Group G:
-Guyana Pinktoe (Avicularia avicularia)
-Goliath Pinktoe (Avicularia braunshauseni)

Group H:
-Cobalt Blue (Haplopelma lividum)
-Vietnamese Tiger (Haplopelma vonwirthi)

Group I:
-Salem Ornamental (Poecilotheria formosa)
-Orange Treespider (Tapinauchenius gigas)
 

monitormonster

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I'd go with the Avicularia spp., but I am a bit partial to those.....:}

They are awesome to display and all of em have great coloration

But, honestly, I dont think you could go wrong with any of the choices you have up there....you are just like me; right after I get one (or two), I am already planning on the next ones to get
 

Goomba

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King Baboon, Dodoma, and Indian Ornamental...all you need ;)
 

Heather

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Any group with a Pokie or 2 :)

Group G is nice too!

Good Luck!
 

Cirith Ungol

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Actually... why don't you chose yourself? I mean from the start? Everybody here is gonna pick something they don't have themselves (most likely) and that doesn't nessessarily cover what you want for the future. T's are obviously quite the long term commitment so I hope you're not letting the board chose for you (nothing against pure suggestion though!).

You could just make a list of T's, write down their habitat, their growth rate, and then look at pictures. These three should make it possible for you to narrow the list down to a handful and then you can go ahead and buy all of them :}
 

phil jones

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c / and g / sounds good to me ------- good luck with the ones you do get -- phil
 

ballpython2

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thanks everyone for all your opinions....

I have decided, this week I want to buy

Group C:
-Haitian Brown Tarantula (Phormictopus cancerides) 2" $30 dollars
-Fringed Ornamental (Poecilotheria ornata) 1.5" $35 dollars

Next week I'm getting

Group D:
-Pedersen's Ornamental (Poecilotheria pederseni) 2.5" $45
-Indian Ornamental (Poecilotheria regalis) 1.25" $30
 

ballpython2

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Wait we have came up on a block in the road

botar doesn't have the P ornata size I want so i emailed him back and asked if he has a 1.25" regalis...so we'll see how this goes.
 
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