What species are you keeping currently?

BoyFromLA

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Some are multiples / males / females / mostly unsexed slings
In the order of sequence

Brachypelma hamorii
Brachypelma baumgarteni
Brachypelma klaasi
Caribena versicolor
Dolichothele diamantinensis
Tliltocatl schroederi
Encyocratella olivacea
Pamphobeteus antinous
Harpactira pulchripes
Pterinochilus murinus
Thrixopelma ockerti
Grammostola iheringi
Orphnaecus philippinus
Chilobrachys sp electric blue
Ornithoctonus aureotibialis
Aphonopelma bicoloratum
Aphonopelma mooreae
Bumba horrida
Aphonopelma joshua
Cyriocosmus elegans
Acanthoscurria geniculata
Brachypelma boehmei
Phormictopus cancerides
Brachypelma smithi
Brachypelma auratum
Pamphobeteus sp paisa
Tliltocatl albopilosum
Brachypelma albiceps
Tliltocatl vagans
Psalmopoeus victori
Cyriocosmus leetzi
Homoeomma chilensis
Pterinopelma sazimai
Haploclastus devamatha
Citharognathus hosei
Pterinochilus murinus (DCF, Kigoma)
Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens
Nhandu chromatus
Aphonopelma chalcodes
Pterinochilus murinus (DCF, Botswana)
Chilobrachys huahini
Poecilotheria rufilata
Chilobrachys dyscolus blue
Cyriopagopus sp bach ma
Monocentropus balfouri
 
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RoachCoach

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Easy mode till you catch a spicy fossorial Darlingi that refuses to be captive. You think your day walkers are fast? Kek...
 

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0.1.0 A. geniculata
0.0.1 B. simoroxigorum
0.0.1 B. emilia
0.1.1 B. hamorii
1.1.1 C. versicolor
0.0.2 C. darlingi
0.1.0 C. kaeng krachan
0.1.2 C. cyaneopubescens
0.0.1 C. elegans
0.0.3 C. hati hati
0.0.2 G. pulchra
0.0.1 H. sp. colombia
0.0.1 H. himalayana
1.1.0 H. pulchripes
0.0.1 H. maculata
0.1.0 I. mira
0.1.0 L. klugi
0.1.0 L. parahybana
0.0.1 N. panamanaus
0.0.3 N. incei
0.0.1 N. incei gold
0.1.1 N. chromatus
0.0.1 P. vespertinus
0.1.2 P. cambridgei
0.1.1 P. ecclesiasticus
0.1.0 P. emeraldus
0.1.1 P. irminia
0.1.0 P. langenbucheri
0.1.0 P. pulcher
0.0.5 P. reduncus
0.1.0 P. victori
1.1.0 P. murinus
0.0.2 P. sazimai
0.0.3 T. cupreus
0.1.0 T. polybotes
0.1.0 T. rasti
0.0.2 T. violaceus
0.1.0 T. stirmi
1.1.0 T. sp. piura
0.0.2 T. albopilosum
0.1.2 T. vagans
 

viper69

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Some are multiples / males / females / mostly unsexed slings
In the order of sequence

Brachypelma hamorii
Brachypelma baumgarteni
Brachypelma klaasi
Caribena versicolor
Dolichothele diamantinensis
Tliltocatl schroederi
Encyocratella olivacea
Pamphobeteus antinous
Harpactira pulchripes
Pterinochilus murinus
Thrixopelma ockerti
Grammostola iheringi
Orphnaecus philippinus
Chilobrachys sp electric blue
Ornithoctonus aureotibialis
Aphonopelma bicoloratum
Aphonopelma mooreae
Bumba horrida
Aphonopelma joshua
Cyriocosmus elegans
Acanthoscurria geniculata
Brachypelma boehmei
Phormictopus cancerides
Brachypelma smithi
Brachypelma auratum
Pamphobeteus sp paisa
Tliltocatl albopilosum
Brachypelma albiceps
Tliltocatl vagans
Psalmopoeus victori
Cyriocosmus leetzi
Homoeomma chilensis
Pterinopelma sazimai
Haploclastus devamatha
Citharognathus hosei
Pterinochilus murinus (DCF, Kigoma)
Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens
Nhandu chromatus
Aphonopelma chalcodes
Pterinochilus murinus (DCF, Botswana)
Chilobrachys huahini
Poecilotheria rufilata
Chilobrachys dyscolus blue
Cyriopagopus sp bach ma
Monocentropus balfouri
Only 1 Avic species, not dedicated to the cause..... :rolleyes: ;)
 

Lukitari

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1.1.0 Brachypelma hamorii
0.0.1 Grammostola pulchra
0.1.0 Aphonopelma cinirufum
0.1.0 Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens
0.1.0 Tliltocatl albopilosus
0.1.0 Nhandu coloratovillosus
0.1.0 Acanthoscurria geniculata
0.0.1 Pamphobeteus sp. machala
0.0.1 Phormictopus auratus
0.1.0 Tliltocatl vagans
 

bobbibink

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A. chalcodes
A. geniculata
B. emilia
C. cyaneopubescens
C. leetzi
D. pentaloris
G. pulchra
G. rosea
H. pulripes
H. sp. columbia lg
L. parahybana
P. cambridgei x2
P. murinus
P. pulcher
T. vagans
 
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SageN

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I’m jealous of how many some of you guys have lol, I just have three right now-
Homoeomma chilensis (at least I think I still have one. They went into their burrow 2 months ago and haven’t been seen since)
Caribena versicolor
Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens
 

Ian14

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P sazimai
T vagans
T albopilosum x3 (1 Omitepe Island, 2 true form)
T kahlenbergi
T verdezi
C elegans
H Colombia "large" x2
B hamorii
B cobocla
D pentaloris x2
L klugi
N chromatus x2
A geniculata
P auratus
P sp "Cascada"
P irminia
C cyaneopubescens
K brunnipes
N incei
C "hati hati"
C huahini x2
C sp "kaen krachen" x2
O schoedei
O sp Blue Panay
P murinus Orange form
C marshalli
H maculata
S calceatum
 
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DomGom TheFather

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A. avicularia x 2
A. geniculata.
P. muticus x 2
P. murinus x 4
C. marshalli
H. sp. colombia lg.
L. parahybana
B. albiceps x 2
G. Pulchra
G. Pulchripes
T. albopilosum x 3
C. cyaneopubescens x 2

I'm very happy with my collection. Quite a few are still young. When i find out who all the males are, the number will drop and there may be some future additions but 21 spiders is juuust right.
 

jay444

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0.1.0 Aphonopelma chalcodes
0.1.0 Heterothele gabonensis
0.1.0 Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens
0.1.0 Citharacanthus cyaneus
0.1.0 Tliltocatl albopilosus
0.1.0 Monocentropus balfouri
0.1.0 Grammostola pulchripes
1.0.0 Dochilete diamantinensis
1.0.0 Acanthoscurria geniculata
1.0.0 Psalmopoeus cambridgei
0.0.1 Psalmopoeus victori
0.0.2 Lasidora parahybana
0.0.1 Pseudhapalopus sp yellow-blue
0.0.1 Brachypelma hamorii
0.0.1 Cyriocosmus elegans
0.0.1 Harpactira pulchripes
0.0.1 Tapinauchenius violaceus
0.0.1 Kochiana brunnipes
0.0.1 Ceratogyrus darlingi
0.0.1 Ephebopus cyanognathus

0.0.1 B. simoroxigorum
0.0.1 P. vespertinus
0.1.0 P. victori
0.1.0 P. emeraldus
Ooooof you've got some serious spice in your collection! Jealous!
 

The Spider House

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A little out of date but this was my list Dec 20

As at Dec 2020

Acanthoscurria geniculata 6
Avicularia avicularia 4
Avicularia avicularia (M6)/ A. Metallica 2
Avicularia kwitara 1
Avicularia purpurea 2
Avicularia sp. "Blue Velvet" 1
Avicularia sp. Peru Purple 3
Avicularia urticans (juruensis) 3
Brachypelma albiceps 7
Brachypelma auratum 6
Brachypelma baumgarteni 16
Brachypelma baumgarteni [TBC]
1
Brachypelma boehmei 7
Brachypelma emilia 3
Brachypelma hamorii 16
Brachypelma klaasi 8
Brachypelma smithi 12
Ceribena versicolor 6
Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens 8
Cotztetlana sp. Puebla1
Cyriopagopus lividus 2
Grammostola actaeon 1
Grammostola conceptcion 4
Grammostola grossa 1
Grammostola iheringi 2
Grammostola pulchra 6
Grammostola pulchripes 4
Grammostola rosea 12
Grammostola sp. Maule 3
Grammostola sp. North 1
Haplopelma lividum 2
Harpactira pulchripes 1
Megaphobema mesomelas 1
Monocentropus balfouri 8
Pamphobeteus esmereldas 1
Pamphobeteus sp. Lightning Blue
1
Pamphobeteus sp. Nigricolor 1
Pamphobeteus ultramarinus 3
Pamphobeteus vespertinus 1
Phiddipus regius 20
Phormingochilus rufus 3
Poecilotheria metallica 8
Poecilotheria rufilata 3
Poecilotheria subfusca 2
Psalmopoeus victorii 4
Theraphosa apophysis 5
Theraphosa blondi 4
Theraphosa stirmi 2
Thrixopelma ockerti2
Tliltocatl (ex Brachypelma) albopilosus - Nicuraguan 6
Tliltocatl (ex Brachypelma) albopilosus - Ometepe Island form 14
Tliltocatl (ex Brachypelma) schroederi 2
Tliltocatl (ex Brachypelma) sp. "Tortuguero" 3
Tliltocatl (ex Brachypelma) vagans 1
Typhochlaena seladonia 8
Ybyrapora diversipes 3

Grand Total 258

Main changes recently sre the addition of another 6 B smithi, 4 G rosea reds. T blondi, T apophysis, phormictopus sp dominican purple (ex cautus) - I got her back from a friend I sold her to ages ago as always regretted selling.

Most of the P regius have now been moved on along with T albo (ometepe) so currently running a total of 228 I think.
 

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I’m new to hobby about 4 months , and have racked up 12 so far, and I woke up this morning to find that my curly hair has a huge egg sack,I was thinking that she was getting ready for a molt.. boy was I wrong lol..I just hope everything goes to plan for her and it doesn’t end up food.. so potentially my collection is going to boom in size.. can’t say the wife will be happy..
I’ve got.. excuse the spelling and use of common names .
2 GBB
1 CURLY HAIR
1 LP SALMON PINK
1A SEEMANI
1 B EMILLA
1 B HAMORRI JUVENILE, 1 SLING
1 CARIBBEAN DIAMOND
1CARABINA VIRCOLOUR
1 BRAZILIAN BLUE
1 Choco golden knee ..
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I’m new to hobby about 4 months , and have racked up 12 so far, and I woke up this morning to find that my curly hair has a huge egg sack,I was thinking that she was getting ready for a molt.. boy was I wrong lol..I just hope everything goes to plan for her and it doesn’t end up food.. so potentially my collection is going to boom in size.. can’t say the wife will be happy..
I’ve got.. excuse the spelling and use of common names .
2 GBB
1 CURLY HAIR
1 LP SALMON PINK
1A SEEMANI
1 B EMILLA
1 B HAMORRI JUVENILE, 1 SLING
1 CARIBBEAN DIAMOND
1CARABINA VIRCOLOUR
1 BRAZILIAN BLUE
1 Choco golden knee ..
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I hope you don't use them for cooking...☝
 

LucN

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A female of the following : B. boehmei, B. hamorii, G. porteri and T. albopilosus. 4 lovely ladies to keep me company for quite some time :)
 

The Spider House

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@Jordan hay ...Something to potentially watch out for in the current location of your spiders is vibration. The washing machine will be like an earthquake to them and so they may be happier in a different location. Also keep an eye out for excessive heat in a kitchen/utility room.

I only mention as you stated you are new to the hobby and so these are just some (hopefully) wise words from a 30+years T keeper intended only to help. 🙂
 

Jordan hay

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@Jordan hay ...Something to potentially watch out for in the current location of your spiders is vibration. The washing machine will be like an earthquake to them and so they may be happier in a different location. Also keep an eye out for excessive heat in a kitchen/utility room.

I only mention as you stated you are new to the hobby and so these are just some (hopefully) wise words from a 30+years T keeper intended only to help. 🙂
@Jordan hay ...Something to potentially watch out for in the current location of your spiders is vibration. The washing machine will be like an earthquake to them and so they may be happier in a different location. Also keep an eye out for excessive heat in a kitchen/utility room.

I only mention as you stated you are new to the hobby and so these are just some (hopefully) wise words from a 30+years T keeper intended only to help. 🙂
thanks for the advice I have been thinking about that , I I’m planningmakeing shelf’s I’n my toilet,or possibly cloak room.. I was thinking about getting some of that anti still /foam matting stuff in the mean time.. myLPand GBB have both molted in the time I have had them there. Does that mean that they are happyish or wood that have happened regardless?? Also whatam I going to do if my curly hair egg sack is successful 🙈
 

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My small collection.
Aphonopelma chalcodes 5" MF
Aphonopelma seemanni 4" F
Brachypelma auratum .5"
Brachypelma emilia 2" F
Brachypelma hamori .5"
Brachypelma smithi .75"
Grammostola actaeon 2.5" F
Grammostola pulchra 3" M
Tiltocatl albopilpsum 2"
Tiltocatl vagans .5 x2
 

The Spider House

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thanks for the advice I have been thinking about that , I I’m planningmakeing shelf’s I’n my toilet,or possibly cloak room.. I was thinking about getting some of that anti still /foam matting stuff in the mean time.. myLPand GBB have both molted in the time I have had them there. Does that mean that they are happyish or wood that have happened regardless?? Also whatam I going to do if my curly hair egg sack is successful 🙈
They will moult regardless as that's what they need to do to grow.

Regarding the sac....

I would first contact the seller to see if they have any pairing history. It is not a given that she had been paired, sometimes they just lay false egg sacs.

If you get some history and indications are that she had been paired then I would probably leave the sac with the mum*, and take the sac from her after 40/45 days. Snip it to open it up and then see I you have EWLs (Eggs With Legs). My last T Albo pairing produced 404 babies so you also need to get yourself plenty of the sauce pots with a hinged and secure lid as when they have their first true moult (1st instar) they then start to become hunters in their own right and although cannibalism really starts to kick in at 2nd moult, I prefer not to take the chance and start separating them. When EWLs you can keep in in cricket tub with moist kitchen towel at temps of approx 28°C

Also when at 1st instar, find yourself a good live food supplier for either fruit flies or micro crickets...ha ha.

Good luck :)

*many breeders like to pull the sac and incubate but as this is your first sac....Mum probably knows best.
 
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