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    yeah awesome T Chris! Is that an OW or a NW?
    *Kristen*

    1.0.3 Crested Geckos (Manny, Eleanor, Klaus, Kitty)
    0.0.0 Chewies (Heathcliff)
    1.1 Kittens (Bowie, Bonnie, Lucy)
    0.0.1 Rose Hair T (unnamed)

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    thanks!The photo is not mine btw but IMO is the best pic I've ever seen of this species hehe.There OW coming from Borneo.Very cool spiders!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theraphosidae View Post
    Get some Haplopelma or Poecilotheria ;]
    P.subfusca would be a good choice!
    Highland or lowland?
    Hahahaha

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    ahahah ive gotten into some tarantulas recently myself - just finished an acrylic cage 8" x 8" x 18" for an arboreal adult- i'm looking at the pokies - regalis and pederseni - also looking at an irminia and maculata - whewwwwwwwww

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    oh WOW that is gorgeous!!! I Waaaaaaaaaaant

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theraphosidae View Post
    You may be right there not the best for beginners but honestly if your careful and do the proper research before hand there's no reason why you couldn't own any of those species ;]
    I mainly keep Asiatic tarantulas and think there some of the most fascinating ones to keep!If anyones interested I have a few things for sale ;]
    Including these rare gems

    -Chris
    Wow, that is awesome!

    Congrats, I got a I. Hirsutum a few months ago and I love it! Im thinking of an avic myself since their care is similar to the one I have.
    STEVEN

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