what would u rather have??

Sean

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Hey everyone i have made up my list and i can afford to have one more T, this is what it has come down too the 2 that i want but can only get 1 H.Lividum(Cobolt Blue) or H.Gigas(Cameroon Red Baboon) i just want to know which do u think is the cooler T, like attitude everything and which one u guys would rather have:)

Laterz, Sean
 

Static_69

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i dunno too much about the red baboon but i just got a cobalt blue today and she is just settling in now, so i'm gonna leave this one alone for the experts...:p

Risto
 

vulpina

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Get the H. lividum. Temperament wise, they are both really defensive!!


Andy
 

ACoopBB24

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hard one

i dont have a cobalt blue myself.... but i have heard that they are just plain mean most of the time.... but they are also beautiful spiders..... i have a H. gigas (very small).... and she is a cool spider too...just not as colorful. But i have heard reports of Camroon Reds being little devils too.

If you want color and meanness...then go with the cobalt.
If you want some color, not as much meanness, and a large spider...go with the H. gigas.

hope this helps
 

That Guy

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Ask Bill..... I THINK that he got his H.Gigas to swim..... But im not sure..... o! go with the cobalt
 

jwb121377

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The nice thing about H lividum females are the slight blue coloration they have.
 

petitegreeneyes

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Hi Sean,
Either way you go both of those species are serious burrowers and you won't get to see much of them. But the H.gigas does swim when given the proper set-up. The H.lividum is really a pretty blue when you see them. They both are really defensive species so I don't see much difference in their dispositions. They are both great species to add to your collection. Good Luck..
 

Arachnopuppy

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I agree with petitegreeneyes. Either way, you're going to be caring for dirt. I have both and they never ever come out of their burrows.
 

Venom

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I would get the Cobalt. You likely won't see either one much, but when you do get to see the cobalt, it'll be way prettier.
 
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