hi i was wandering what everyones oldest tarantulas are.i think i read terestrials live longer ?my oldest tarantula is a brachypelma emelia who is 6 years old and 3".but i have a g.rosea that i bought as an adult.she must be older but dont know her age.what is yours?

My oldest is one of my first T's a B. Smithi and she is almost 16 years old, 16 this coming November 8th actually.
6 years old at 3"
I must have something in my water over here cause I got a batch of slings to 5"+ in 3-4 years. Both males and females.

My oldest is one of my first T's a B. Smithi and she is almost 16 years old, 16 this coming November 8th actually.
6 years old at 3"
I must have something in my water over here cause I got a batch of slings to 5"+ in 3-4 years. Both males and females.

i have a g rosea that is almost certianly the oldest one in my collection however i can not verify the age. but it was WC at 6" or more sp based on the groth rate of my others it must be at least 500 years old lol

My oldest female is an A. metallica, 9 years old and 6" legspan.

My oldest male is a P. irminia at just under 4 years, and he is 2 years and 4 months past his maturing molt, still eating and showing absolutly no signs of turning up his toes.

My oldest female is an A. metallica, 9 years old and 6" legspan.

My oldest male is a P. irminia at just under 4 years, and he is 2 years and 4 months past his maturing molt, still eating and showing absolutly no signs of turning up his toes.

I have a G. Pulchra that is at least 9 years old, and a T. Blondi, that just reached around 9 inches, I dont know where that puts the age but it was a long year and a half since the last molt....

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