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    Wow! The blue one is as pretty a spider as I have ever seen! Coming from someone who is creeped out by them thats saying a lot!
    Specializing in R. Chahoua

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    VERY NICE!!!!!!!

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    are any of those friendly?

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    I love the orange fringed one! Is it mean?

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    im not a fan of T's *eekkk!!* but they are very pretty , the blue one especially...i just bought a mexican red knee for my bf...a baby ...so no color yet....

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    Thanks for Sharing! Im in love with Poecilotheria subfusca!
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    Amazing pictures and Ts.

    Makes me want to get back into Ts again. Maybe just a rosehair or something that I can handle once in a blue moon.

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    Thanks for the comments!
    To anwser some of your questions yes most of the species pictured are not to friendly hehe!
    Some of these spiders can have quite the attitude and should be kept with caution.The Poecilotheria pictured aren't very defensive but are very fast and nervous.. plus they pack a lot of venom!
    -Chris

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