What kind of T would be good for me to get?

rm90

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I already have a G.Rosea. I am going to a expo this sunday and want to pick up another T. What kind of T should I get? I don't want one that needs like humidity and I want one that is hardy can take different temperature ranges seeing as I live in Ontario, Canada.

What are your opinions? Thanx.
 

Bothrops

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I'd go with a GBB (Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens)

Hardy and very beautiful!
 

P. Novak

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I'd have to agree with the two posts above.

Or what about a brachy, like vagans or albopilosum? smithi maybe?
 

phil jones

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how about b- albopilosa or a b- smithi if you want to go bigger then how about L - parahybana or a- geniculata just get what you really want and read up on it first -- phil p.s. good luck with any ( t ) you get
 

carrieh

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I plan on going to the same expo. I would recomend what ever you get go to next year reptiles to get it. They are execelent. I recently got 2 from them a Brachypelma albopilosum and a Grammostola aureostriata. They have a buy one get one free.

Carrie
 

rm90

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I plan on going to the same expo. I would recomend what ever you get go to next year reptiles to get it. They are execelent. I recently got 2 from them a Brachypelma albopilosum and a Grammostola aureostriata. They have a buy one get one free.

Carrie
Yeah, thats who I am going to. Lmao.
 

Midnightrdr456

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You could also maybe check out some arboreals. The avics are all very nice and very docile for the most part. Something to experience both types of T's. I know when i first started i never had interest in arboreals, now after getting some, I prefer them.
 

elyanalyous

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avics are good.... also it is worth looking into H.incei they are a Dwarf, but thier pritty hardy too... and i keep mine like i do my rosea... and they web (although not as much as a GBB that i've seen, but almost as much!)
 

ErikH

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I would say a.geniculata. g. aureostriata is good, too. I don't own a GBB, but it is on my wish list. Do you want something more colorful? Then the GBB is a great choice, as would be a. bicoloratum, or b. smithi.
 
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