What five new additions should I make

PanzoN88

Arachnodemon
Joined
Sep 15, 2014
Messages
704
I set aside $355 for new additions, any recommendations? (No old world arboreals "yet")
 

DeanK

Arachnosquire
Joined
Jun 16, 2016
Messages
81
What do you already have? What are you looking for in your next Ts?
 

Ghost56

Arachnobaron
Joined
Aug 28, 2016
Messages
443
P. irminia if you don't have one yet. Cheap and super awesome imo.
 

Scolopendra1989

Arachnosquire
Joined
Aug 12, 2016
Messages
53
Tell what you have so we can make proper recommendations; consider getting nice tanks, substrate, and supplies instead of just all the ts you can buy
 

Misty Day

Arachnobaron
Joined
Aug 9, 2013
Messages
431
I'd recommend any member of the Nhandu genus, such interesting T's. You also can't go wrong with classics like Brachys and A.versicolor. If you feel you can handle it I'd go for some Phormictopus or Pamphobeteus' too.
 

basin79

ArachnoGod
Active Member
Joined
Sep 14, 2013
Messages
5,898
If you don't already own one a Brachypelma Smithi should definitely be on your list. The quintessential T.
 

sschind

Arachnobaron
Old Timer
Joined
May 27, 2005
Messages
344
I would highly recommend 5 B. sabulosum slings. If you are at a loss as to where to find them send me an email:angelic::angelic::angelic::angelic:

I can get you in for under that 355 mark as well so you could even buy a few more.
 

Haemus

Arachnosquire
Joined
Feb 11, 2016
Messages
128
If I was in your spot I'd get a nice female A. geniculata or B. albopilosum and fill out the rest with GBB slings :)
 

Chris LXXIX

ArachnoGod
Active Member
Joined
Dec 25, 2014
Messages
5,825
5 Goddess 0.1 Pelinobius muticus of course, this way you can even perform the "muticus five" drum effect with those rear legs.
I mean, can you feel... Her? :)
 

PanzoN88

Arachnodemon
Joined
Sep 15, 2014
Messages
704
0.1.0 A. Geniculata 4.5"
0.1.0 C. Cyaneopeubescens 4.5"
0.0.1 A. Metallica 2"
0.0.1 G. Porteri 3/4"
0.0.1 G. Pulchripes 1"
1.1.0 B. Sabulosum male is 4" and the female is around 2-2.5"
0.1.0 P. Cancerides 2"
0.0.1 G. Rosea 1/2"
0.1.0 B. Albopilosum

I had two more B. Albopilosums (RIP), an LP (RIP Mature male), and a E. Sp. Red (RIP old female)
 

Realevil1

Arachnosquire
Joined
Sep 7, 2016
Messages
56
Davus Faciatus
Holothele incei
Psalmopoeus irminia
Pterinopelma sazimai
Hapalopus sp. Columbia

5 OF THE MOST INTERSETING, INEXPENSIVE AND COLORFUL Ts COMMONLY AVAILABLE
 

DeanK

Arachnosquire
Joined
Jun 16, 2016
Messages
81
P. cambridgei
G. pulchra
N. chromatus or any Nhandu really
P. sazimai
T. ockerti
 

MrsHaas

Arachnoangel
Joined
Nov 1, 2012
Messages
861
0.1.0 A. Geniculata 4.5"
0.1.0 C. Cyaneopeubescens 4.5"
0.0.1 A. Metallica 2"
0.0.1 G. Porteri 3/4"
0.0.1 G. Pulchripes 1"
1.1.0 B. Sabulosum male is 4" and the female is around 2-2.5"
0.1.0 P. Cancerides 2"
0.0.1 G. Rosea 1/2"
0.1.0 B. Albopilosum

I had two more B. Albopilosums (RIP), an LP (RIP Mature male), and a E. Sp. Red (RIP old female)
I like the G. Pulchra idea very much.
Get some psalmops! If you already have a pokie, you'll be just fine with psalmops... My personal fave is irminia, which is a bit smaller than the cambridgei - both excellent species.
 

Walker253

Arachnobaron
Joined
Jun 12, 2016
Messages
555
5 Goddess 0.1 Pelinobius muticus of course, this way you can even perform the "muticus five" drum effect with those rear legs.
I mean, can you feel... Her? :)
I'm with Chris.

1) P muticus, you gotta have "The Queen"
2) A genticulata
3) N chromatus
4) P irminias
5) G pulchra
6) B smithi

To nail all 6 of those would be awesome.
 

BobBarley

Arachnoprince
Joined
Sep 16, 2015
Messages
1,487
The five you want the most.

All of us have different opinions about what we like in t's. Chris for example, likes... sexy rear legs... Beauty is in the eye of the beholder; to each their own, and all that.
 

Kodi

Title Master
Joined
Jul 27, 2012
Messages
316
No one has suggested M. Balfouri yet. You could get yourself a little communal. Same with N. incei. Behavior in both species is great to observe.

Oh and don't forget Euathlus sp. Red; the sweet heart of the hobby.
 
Top