Wish list suggestions?

WhyUBiteBite

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With Repticon coming up I thought Id ask for suggestions given my old wish list is down to a few from the close to 30 it was. Colorful patterns, big time webbers, feisty attitudes, show offs, all rank pretty high for me. Open to non T stuff as well.

What I own
Acanthoscurria Geniculata
Apheloria Tigana
Aphonopelma Anax
Aphonopelma Seemani
Avicularia Avicularia
Avicularia Metallica
Brachypelma Albopilosum
Brachypelma Angustum
Brachypelma Boehmei
Brachypelma Smithi
Caribena Versicolor
Ceratogyrus Darlingi
Chromatopelma Cyaneopubescens x 2
Cryiopagopus Lividum
Cryiopagopus Minax
Grammostola Pulchra
Grammostola Rosea x 2
Heterometrus Spinifer
Hogna sp.
Hysterocrates Gigas
Lasiodora Parahybana
Pelinobius Muticus
Poecilotheria Metallica
Poecilotheria Regalis
Psalmopoeus Cambridgei
Psalmopoeus Irminia
Scolopendra Subspinipes
Theraphosa Stirmi
Thrixopelma Ockerti

WISH LIST
Avicularia Purpurea
Brachypelma Aratum
Cyclosternum Fasciata
Cyriopagopus Schmidti
Ephebopus Cyanognathus
Ephebopus Murinus
Grammostola Iherengi
Grammostola Pulchra (Female)
Heteroscondra Maculata
Megaphobema Robustum
Nhandu Tripepii
Poecilotheria Ornata
Poecilotheria Rufilata
Pterinochilus Murinus
Pterinopelma Sazimai
Stromatopelma Calceatum

Aaannnd...Go! :D
 
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Charlie69

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Don't see any Harpactira on your list. Today most people want Pulchripes, but the others are nice to. H curator is on my wish list :)
 

CWilson1351

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Well you already have other Poecilotheria on there, but you're missing two of my favorites. P. formosa and P. vittata. And @nicodimus22 already mentioned Pterinopelma sazimai, my little female has been amazing so far.
 

Walker253

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The best Psalmopoeus, the P pulcher
M balfouri
I mira
T gigas
D diamantinensis
The H pulchripes and P sazamai were already listed
 

Moonohol

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Don't see any Harpactira on your list. Today most people want Pulchripes, but the others are nice to. H curator is on my wish list :)
Nice! H. namaquensis is very high on my list. To the OP, I recommend Harpactira marksi and Harpactira chrysogaster.
 

Arachne97

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M. balfouri
C. fimbriatus
P. murinus

All colorful, heavy webbers with an attitude
 

Nixphat

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G pulchra female is a no brainer :happy:

Edit: Also, ever think of getting a Hapalopus sp. Colombia? They seem to meet your criteria in a desired T and seem to be pretty cheap as slings ;)
 

EulersK

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Anything Nhandu! Just trust me. N. coloratovillosus is my favorite species, period :D
 

kevinlowl

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Lyrognathus giannisposatoi
Chilobrachys dyscolus blue
Phormingochilus everetti
Omothymus schioedtei
Avicularia metallica
Harpactira marksi
Macrothele gigas
Cavia porcellus
 

Stormsky

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Can't really beat the patterns of the Cyriocosmus genus, specifically Cyriocosmus leetzi qHsQfXB.jpg
or Cyriocosmus elegans (this one's only a sling still) DCunDI2.jpg
 

sasker

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What?! No Pamphobeteus spp. in your list?! o_O

They are big, somewhat colourful and have a nice attitude. I can really recommend them.
 

WhyUBiteBite

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What?! No Pamphobeteus spp. in your list?! o_O

They are big, somewhat colourful and have a nice attitude. I can really recommend them.
I'm almost borderline retarded when it comes to researching new T species to own as far as finding them lol, main reason I made this thread. :D
 

Nightstalker47

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What?! No Pamphobeteus spp. in your list?! o_O

They are big, somewhat colourful and have a nice attitude. I can really recommend them.
Agreed, everyone needs at least one pampho in their collection, mine aren't very defensive.
I'm almost borderline retarded when it comes to researching new T species to own as far as finding them lol, main reason I made this thread. :D
Get yourself a P.antinous you won't regret it man, they are pricey but well worth it.
 

gypsy cola

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why don't you own a b.vagans?

people give them away for free!

next time you do an order, ask for one as a freebie. These are really awesome brachypelma species. Similar to temperament as an A.genic. Fastest growing brachy as well
 
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