What type of T to get next?

Loaf

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Any suggestions on what to get next. I really do love Avicularia sp the best so far. I have a A avic and a versicolor. I also have a B smithi, 2 G. roseas, and an H lividium. I used to have a P murinus. I was thinking about getting another P murinus, or another Avicularia sp of some kind. What do you think?


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Meaningless End

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you havent kept any of the psalmopoeus yet.. have you thought about a P. irminia? or maby a P. pulcher or P.cambridgi

theyre all allot of fun to keep and they will be a bit easyer to work with then a OBT
 

Loaf

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Yeah, my OBT was ruthless!
Thanks for the suggestions!
 

JungleGuts

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if i was you id try to find a rareish type of avic, bit thats just me:)
 

mikeymo

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my G. aureostriata has given me a lot of enjoyment. Perhaps it could be a consideration *thumbs up*
 

P. Novak

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I would say get another OBT and an Avicularia spp. since OBTs aren't really expensive. YOu could find females for $20. As for the Avicularia, I would go with Avicularia purpurea.
 

stonemantis

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I would recommend getting a Avicularia metallica and a P murinus. They are both affordable species, grow to a decent size, and are pretty hardy IMO.
 

lunixweb

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well, If the P murinus is in your option go for it..
 

Arachnokid 93

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Get another brachy. They are relly nice a bit on the expensive side but well worth the money.
 

WyvernsLair

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I am enjoying my P. irminia even if it was a freebie.... and the adult look is really cool too.
 

Jonathan Rice

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7 Reasons to get a Acanthoscurria geniculata
7. Looks brilliant!
6. Grows Fast!
5. Eats nearly everything you throw at it!
4. Always out in the open (no crazy webber or pet hole)!
3. Not easily startled nor terribly nervous
2. Relatively inexpensive!!
1. Very hardy!!
 
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