What species are you keeping currently?

Kibosh

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The thing I love most about this thread is seeing the diversity of everyone's collections.

While I clearly see some patterns and staples nobody clearly owns the same animals.

Makes our advice to each other on the care of our individual specimens that much more important.
 

Arachnid Addicted

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@Arachnid Addicted , you have one of the best collections world wide! It must be a full time job to care for them, though you are still missing some classics😀
Actually, it's not so complicated to take care of them. I've been managed to have a social life, work and tarantulas, thankfully. Hahaha.

I'm missing a lot of classics but honestly, if I could, I'd have about 3 individuals of all described and undescribed species around. 😂
 

RevS

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Lasiodora isabellina
Lasiodora itabunae
Lasiodora subcanens

(...)

Nhandu sp. "Red"
Very interesting list overall but those four got my attention. I'd love to see some pictures of those species.

We definitely need Lasiodora species other than LP becoming more popular.
Also - I've never heard of Nhandu sp. "Red".
 

Arachnid Addicted

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We definitely need Lasiodora species other than LP becoming more popular.
In this link, you can find a few pictures of them and a lil bit more I had in the past, lol. Lasiodora is a mess, though so, all these species name might not be correct.

About Nhandu sp. "Red", I only have a sling and don't have a picture of it. But if you Google it, you'll find lots of websites and pictures.
 

Cemykay

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Alright, here is my list:

0.1.0 Avicularia sp braunshauseni
0.1.0 Avicularia sp Ecuador
0.1.0 Avicularia sp Kwitara river
0.1.0 Avicularia minatrix
0.1.0 Avicularia sp Peru purple
0.1.0 Brachypelma boehmei
0.1.0 Brachypelma emilia
0.1.0 Brachypelma klaasi
0.1.0 Caribena versicolor
0.1.0 Davus pentaloris
0.1.0 Dolichothele diamantinensis
0.1.0 Grammostola pulchra
0.1.0 Harpactira pulchripes
0.1.0 Harpactira cafreriana
0.1.0 Lasiodora parahybana
0.1.0 Nhandu chromatus
0.1.0 Nhandu tripepii
0.1.0 Neoholothele incei olive
0.1.0 Pamphobeteus cf nigricolor
0.1.0 Psalmopeus cambrigdei
0.0.1 Pseudhapalopus sp Colombia
0.0.3 Pterinopelma sazimai
0.1.0 Pterinochilus murinus
0.1.0 Thrixopelma cyaneolum
0.1.0 Tliltocatl vagans
0.1.0 Xenesthis immanis
 

RezonantVoid

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Coremiocnemis tropix
Phlogius sp. Dimbulah
Phlogius goliath
Phlogius sp. Nunn
Phlogius kuttabul
Phlogius rubiseta x3
Phlogius stents
Selenotholus stirlingi
Selenotholus murchison
Selenotypus wallace
Selenotypus champagne robustus

But I also have like 200 trapdoors
 

ArchMage

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All slings currently:

NW-
Aphonopelma chalcodes
Avivularia sp Morph 6 "Metallica'
Brachypelma hamorii
Caribena versicolor
Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens
Grammostola pulchra
Hapalopus sp Colombia 'Large'
Lasiodora parahybana
Psalmopoeus irminia
Tapinauchenius violaceus
Theraphosa stirmi
Theraphosinae sp 'Panama'
Tliltocatl albopulosus 'Nicaraguan'

OW-
Ceratogyrus marshalli
Cyriopagopus lividum
Harpactira pulchripes
Monocentropus balfouri
Phlogius sp 'Eunice'
Poecilotheria regalis

Looking to add one more to my collection (Phormictopus sp 'All Green'). I wanted to get all different geneses as my long-term intention is to keep and eventually breed all the various species to help contribute to the preservation of them in the hobby over the decades.
 

Smotzer

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I have an 0.1 Homo sapiens that I am quite fond of, most cherished in my collection, she came prenamed from previous owners, but hey what can you do...?:troll:
 

Adrinium

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Ahhh I wish I could have as many as you guys do.. I need to build a bigger shelfing unit!

I currently have:
1 A. genic
2 L. parahybana
2 A henzi
1 N tripepii
1 P cambridgei
1 P cascada
1 GBB
1 A avic
1G pulchra
2 B smithii
1 A chalcodes
1 A iodius
1 OBT
1 C darlingi
2 T albo
1 B boehmei
1 rabid wolf spider
1 Heterometrus sp.
 

Hellriot

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I only have a small collection of tarantula, here it goes

- Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens
- Monocentropus balfouri
- Harpactira pulchripes 2x
- Avicularia versicolor
- Brachypelma albiceps
- Brachypelma emilia
- Birupes simoroxigorum
- Grammostola rosea
- Pterinochilus murinus
- Phormictopus cautus violet (dominican purple)
 

Metallattorney

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Augacephalus ezendami
Brachionopus pretoriae
Brachypelma albiceps
Brachypelma emilia
Bumba cabocla
Ceratogyrus darlingi
Ceratogyrus marshalli
Ceratogyrus meridionalis
Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens
Cyriocosmus perezmilesi
Cyriopagopus lividus
Grammostola pulchra
Harpactira cafreriana
Harpactira marksi
Harpactira pulchripes
Heterothele gabonensis
Idiothele mira
Monocentropus balfouri
Nhandu coloratovillosus
Pelinobius muticus
Psalmopoeus irminia
Pterinochilus chordatus
Pterinochilus lugardi
Pterinochilus murinus
Tliltocatl albopilosum
Tliltocatl vagans
 

liquidfluidity

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Kind of at my max for the moment as all them are growing up and adult enclosures take a lot more room. My modest collection -
T. apophysis
C. lividum
C. lividum (green morph - not looking too green yet....)
Y. diversipes
A. avicularia
C. versicolor
L. parahybana
N. chromatus
N. tripepii
O. aureotibialis
L. violaceopes
I. mira
P. rufilata
E. murinus
E. cyanognathus
T. ockerti
M. robustum
T. albopilosus (Nicaraguan form)
B. boehmei
C. cyaneopubescens
P. irminia
 

LaughingLunatic

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Been keeping for around 2 months and have:
C. cyaneopubescens
G. pulchra
G. pulcripes
A, purpurea
T. albopilosus
U. nknown.
 

sk063

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Aphonopelma. chalcodes
A. mooreae " The wife did it ! "
A. seemani

Avicularia avicularia
A. purpurea

Brachypelma auratum
B.smithi

Caribena Versicolor

Chromatopelma cyaneopubecens X2

Ephebopus cyanognathus
E.rufescens

Grammostola pulchra

Ybyrapora sooretama

Ahhh I wish I could have as many as you guys do.. I need to build a bigger shelfing unit!
Our summer Project will be exactly this! 14' L X 8' H X 20" D with a small nursery roughly 2'X2'X20"
 

kingshockey

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a genic
b smithii
t vagans
lp
c elegans
p muticus
all on a big rolling tool cart with room for my cat ready to roll out in case of an earth quake fire or other evac situation
 

MontePython

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At the moment mine are (alphabetical order):
0.1.0 Aphonopelma chalcodes
0.0.1 Augacephalus ezendami
0.1.0 Brachypelma emilia
0.0.1 Brachypelma hamorii (I have a moult I could sex I just need to actually do it)
0.0.1 Ceratogyrus darlingi
0.0.1 Ceratogyrus marshalli
0.0.1 Chilobrachys fimbriatus
0.0.1 Cyriopagopus sp. 'hati hati' (I've also heard it said that it's Omothymus these days, but I'm not certain which is correct or if it's still being sorted out ngl)
0.0.1 Grammostola pulchra
0.0.1 Haplocosmia himalayana
0.0.1 Harpactira pulchripes
0.0.1 Harpictirella overdijki
0.1.0 Idiothele mira
0.1.0 Lasiodora parahybana
0.0.7 Monocentropus balfouri
1.0.0 Nhandu carapoensis
0.0.1 Ornithoctonus aureotibialis
0.0.1 Pamphobeteus sp. 'Platyomma'
0.1.0 Pelinobius muticus
0.0.1 Poecilotheria regalis
0.0.1 Poecilotheria striata
0.0.1 Poecilotheria tigrinawesseli
0.1.0 Pterinopelma sazimai
0.0.1 Tliltocatl albopilosum 'Isla Ometepe'
0.0.1 Tliltocatl vagans

Coming soon:
0.0.1 Caribena versicolor
0.0.1 Psalmopoeus victori

The pattern here is that while there are exceptions, I apparently like dry dirt.
 

BoyFromLA

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It’s great to see what everyone is currently keeping.

My ultimate goal with this would be, to find who is nearby with same species, and start breeding project together in the near future.

Hopefully this gathered information would be helpful for everyone.

Keep this thread going!
 

ccTroi

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It’s great to see what everyone is currently keeping.

My ultimate goal with this would be, to find who is nearby with same species, and start breeding project together in the near future.

Hopefully this gathered information would be helpful for everyone.

Keep this thread going!
come to chi
 
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