What's your favorite Pamphobeteus?

skippy

Arachnoangel
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My plattyoma and nigricolor are the most entertaining for me, my antinous are kinda skittish and my s Ecuador is pretty similar to the platty.
 

captmarga

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I only have two at the moment, a platyomma, and a sp. Machalla. I would love to own more of these - I think they are beautiful! One of mine is a juv, the other a sling, and so far they both seem comfortable with being display Ts for me! Can't wait to see the smaller (sp Machalla, named Fortunato) molt, as I think he's in premolt at the moment.

Marga
 

Chaika

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Pamphobeteus sp. Ecuador 2,.. as that's the only species I've got and she's lovely lol :)
 

Najakeeper

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I have an adult female P.antinous and a juvie sp.Machalla. I love'em both, Machalla is a great eater and P.antinous is just damn beautiful with jet black body and long red hairs. Great genus!
 

TomM

Arachnobaron of Pennsylvania
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I am loving my Pamphobeteus sp. "South Ecuador". She's about 6" right now and eating anything that touches her substrate. Got her as a $15 1.25" sling in January and is already a beast! Can't go wrong with any Pampho.
 

sharpfang

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Those Ecuadorian Beauties!

Good deal, Knight of Pennsylvania :clap:

It's nice to see so many enjoying their Pampho's :razz:

I like Sp. "Machalla" and the other Ecuadorians as well. Man can they eat! {D
 

TomM

Arachnobaron of Pennsylvania
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Good deal, Knight of Pennsylvania :clap:
Man can they eat! {D
Indeed, Lord sharpfang of California!{D This is an understatement! I thought my LP was the champion of pigging out, but when I bought my Pampho, I soon found out that it is the Kobayashi of the T world! Not only is the feeding response 100x crazier than the LP, but just the size of the meals dwarfs any other tarantulas that I've seen.
 
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