What are good looking new world T's?

Bunyan van Asten

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I've been wondering, what are Some good looking nw T's. I'd like to expand boy one or two, since I have a 7yo Grammostola rosea. So Yeah, any suggestions are welcome.
 

Kayis

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Depends on what you classify as a "good looking T". When looks are brought up I immediately think of C. cyaneopubescens (GBB). A. geniculata is a good one as well....too many to list. Would be easier if you described what you were looking for in a T.
 

Bunyan van Asten

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Depends on what you classify as a "good looking T". When looks are brought up I immediately think of C. cyaneopubescens (GBB). A. geniculata is a good one as well....too many to list. Would be easier if you described what you were looking for in a T.
Wel, the frist one is the type I look for and also one that is quite hairy and has red markings in it's back. Basically just hairy Ts are fluffy and I like them.
 

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GBB is my favourite NW, but since it has already been mentioned I would suggest a Pamphobeteus species. They have decent size and are fun to keep :)
 

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I gotta say, so far, I'm a sucker for the fluffy B. albopilosum. Maybe not gorgeous in terms of color, but still very attractive. My first T is an albo sling because I fell in love with how they look (and their overall demeanor and ease of care).
 
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When it comes to red colours,T.Ockerti's bright red hair found in its abdomen comes to mind,you have to give them an added care though so u wont lose the hairs since they flick hairs with the slightest disturbance
 

Jerry

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I'd say P.platyomma it just jumped twords the top of my list recently but you can't come wrong with the b.vagans or a g. pulchra
 

Bunyan van Asten

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I'd say P.platyomma it just jumped twords the top of my list recently but you can't come wrong with the b.vagans or a g. pulchra
The P.platyomma looks absolutely amazing, I think I made my choices on the two, I online need to, do Some research and then buy them.
 

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I find these to be some of the most attractive NW Ts:

B. boehmei
B. auratum
B. emilia
P. sazimai
G. pulchra
G. pulchripes

If fluffy is something you like, look into these:

B. albopilosum
L. difficilis
N. tripepii
 

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The P.platyomma looks absolutely amazing, I think I made my choices on the two, I online need to, do Some research and then buy them.
I was excited about the P. platyomma too, and then I found out that only the males (which are short-lived) get the purple coloration. The females are mostly black and kind of plain.
 

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I'd say Nhandu tripepii are really attractive if you're looking for fluff. Since you didn't specify if you're looking for arboreal or terrestrial, Avics are all super fluffy too.
 

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G. iheringi
B. emilia
A. geniculata
N. chromatus
M. mesomelas
C. cyaneopubescens
D. diamantinensis
C. versicolor
 

Bunyan van Asten

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OH NO!!! Now i can't choose anymore! :dead: But thanks to all the suggestions, i'll be looking at the most beautiful ones and picking 2 of them.
 

MrTwister

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GBB is really pretty.
Hapalopus sp. large Colombia is nice if you like orange.
N. Chromatis has a very striking pattern
P. Saizmai is blue and red and amazing all over.
 
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