Your favourite "Display" T?

adonis

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What is your favourite display T?

The B.smithi my roommate owns is our best display T. She gets the best reaction from visitors.

I personally love to watch my A.seemanni; she doesn't stop digging and landscaping.
 

Mallard

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My N.Chromatus always up front and active. Likes to pounce up un the glass and scare the hell out of me.
Jason
 

Goomba

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C. Crawshayi :liar:


I'd say I was very pleased with my P. Murinus, just by virtue of her being so active and such a nice webber, and my old T. Blondi was also surprisingly bold and active outside her burrow.
 

Scorpendra

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well, only two of my Ts are ever out at any given time; P. cancerides and P. antinous. so, my antinous would be it.
 

Syngyne

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I only have my G.aureo, but she's always out 'n about, and everyone I've shown pictures to (even those squeamish about spiders) has said she's pretty.
 

SouthernStyle

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I definatly have to say that I have two favorites....My First For the agressive Side being my
H.Sp hainanum
For My Webber...I'd Choose My
Ceratogyrus
Just Probably my Two Favorite T's To show people...It's always amusing when my Hap Gets Pissy, and everyone ALWAYS loves to see the webbing that my Ceratogyrus makes up :p
 

Rydog

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my old genic was one to show off, it would wait and catch something and bring it into its burrow.
 

gumby

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I like to show off three Ts on display:
#1 5" F Nhandu chromatus
#2 4" Avicularia versicolor
#3 7" F Grammostola aureostriata
the Nhandu chromatus is great because people love to watch her eat she is a little on the crazy side. She is one that I will never plan on handling if I can help it.
 

Nitibus

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my old genic was one to show off, it would wait and catch something and bring it into its burrow.
Me too, but my GBB ( Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens ) places a very close second
 

Sobrino

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I personally don't have one, but i love looking at the P. Irminia and Psalmopeous species.......Bird Eaters rock as well :}
 

kitty_b

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my 8+" t. blondi female, "ms. munchie," loves to chill at the front of the tank and creep out visitors. :D
they're always waiting for her to just POUNCE. she never does, of course. :p
 
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Arachnobrian

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So far...

The B.smithi, N. chromatus, B. vagans, C. cyaneopubescens are almost always out and about and in the open.

How can you have just one favorite?
 

arrowhd

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My C. cyaneopubescens is always out and about. The color always gets peoples attention.
 

bluefrogtat2

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parahybana

i have a huge ten year old l.parahybana(from bryant capiz)She is a monster and gets the most reaction.Pics posted
 

ricneto

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My blondi.:clap:

She spends most of her time in the front of the terrarium. Not doing much but staying there nevertheless{D
 

pinkfoot

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Difficult to decide, but I'll go with my Acanthoscurria geniculata. Feeding time with her is a blast! Always!

She's always out and about, too, and those white markings..! :worship:
 

beetleman

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hmm i'd have to say my giant earthtigers my black,gold,"dark" forms they are huge and their all always out and about:)
 
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