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  1. Selling Lots of unusual Tarantulas, true spiders, etc....

    THERAPHOSIDAE

    Aphonopelma madera (Santa Cruz Co., AZ)
    1/4 $45.00 each rare !

    Aphonopelma saguaro (Pima Co., AZ )
    1/4 $45.00 each rare dwarf, first U.S. sac !

    Aphonopelma seemanni
    WC...
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    WC Nicaraguan...

    WC Nicaraguan
    http://i1274.photobucket.com/albums/y436/tom_patterson1/102715_zpsh6r4nbve.jpg

    Hobby form
    http://i1274.photobucket.com/albums/y436/tom_patterson1/PA140097_zpsqrgafzhf.jpg

    Later,...
  3. Selling Theraphosids, mygalomorphs, true spiders.

    Acanthoscurria sp. "insubtilis"? (Likely males, inquire)
    2" $25.00

    Aphonopelma cf burica "blue chelicerae" (AKA Aphonopelma crinirufum )
    1" $40.00 each, or 3 for $110.00

    Augacephalus ezendami...
  4. Selling Theraphosids, mygalomorphs, true spiders.

    Acanthoscurria sp. "insubtilis"? (inquire)
    2" $25.00

    Aphonopelma cf burica "blue chelicerae" (AKA Aphonopelma crinirufum )
    1" $40.00 each, or 3 for $110.00

    Augacephalus ezendami
    1" $25.00...
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    Selling Yes, but this is a old add, and will only honor a...

    Yes, but this is a old add, and will only honor a couple of more at these prices as they are about 2 inches now. Email me at Tompatterson77@gmail.com if interested.
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    Selling Who is crazy Dave ? lol No, I made these. ...

    Who is crazy Dave ? lol No, I made these.

    Later, Crazy Tom ;)
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    Selling Assorted captive bred spiderlings

    Acanthoscurria sp. "insubtilis"? (inquire)
    2" $25.00

    Aphonopelma cf burica "blue chelicerae" (AKA Aphonopelma crinirufum )
    1" $40.00 each, or 3 for $110.00

    Augacephalus ezendami
    1" $25.00...
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    Selling 3/4" Linothele megatheloides slings.

    3/4" Linothele megatheloides slings. $30.00 each or 6 for $150.00

    Terms of Service
    Live Arrival Guarantee
    All spiders were Captive bred by myself unless other wise noted. Purchase...
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    Selling Assorted CB spiderlings

    Acanthoscurria brocklehursti
    1/4" 2012
    $20.00, 3 for $ 55.00

    Acanthoscurria insubtilis
    2" 2010
    $25.00, 3 for $70.00

    Aphonopelma cf burica "blue chelicerae"
    This is the same spider that has...
  10. From what I understand the type specimen of L....

    From what I understand the type specimen of L. striatipes has been lost and nothing in the pet trade has ever been compared to it, so I would use that name loosely. As well once Bertani publishes...
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    Looks like Phormictopus to me

    Looks like Phormictopus to me
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    Bump:TMad:

    Bump:TMad:
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    FS: Captive bred U.S. born stock!

    Acanthoscurria insubtilis
    3/4" 2010 $18.00, 3 for $50.00

    Aphonopelma cf burica "blue chelicerae"
    This is the same spider that has been sold in the U.S. for the last few years as Aphonopelma...
  14. http://i50.photobucket.com/albums/f345/TomPatterso...

    http://i50.photobucket.com/albums/f345/TomPatterson/P9233687.jpg
  15. CB s'lings, NEW, RARE, U.S. bred stock, 1rst time

    Acanthoscurria insubtilis
    1/2" 2010 $12.00, 3 for $30.00

    Aphonopelma cf burica "blue chelicerae"
    This is the same spider that has been sold in the U.S. for the last few years as Aphonopelma...
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    Consider your self lucky slimj87D, true T. blondi...

    Consider your self lucky slimj87D, true T. blondi are quite rare in the hobby these days. I wouldnt feed it those large mice though, it would be a shame if the mouse gets the first bite in.
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    Yesterday ;)

    Yesterday ;)
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    T. blondi have thick fuzzy hair on there patella,...

    T. blondi have thick fuzzy hair on there patella, T.stirmi's are bald. Post a pic if your not sure. Chances are if you bought it, in the last few years from a pet shop, its a T. stirmi.
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    ten inches she's ready to go for sure, but T....

    ten inches she's ready to go for sure, but T. blondi are not the easiest to breed. You might want to try something a bit easier to breed if its your first time. Do you really have T. blondi, or...
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    RB40 just beat me to the punch, yes my first sac...

    RB40 just beat me to the punch, yes my first sac was in may of 2009, those are the ones being sold that are about 1.5"

    The name change should be noted too, A few people who are working with...
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    I'd guess around 7 inches or so now. If you...

    I'd guess around 7 inches or so now. If you pulled his legs out all the way prob would be close to 9 inches. Im in NY. I can't wait for this freakin thing to mature :)
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    I've been waiting years for this male to mature. ...

    I've been waiting years for this male to mature. The last 2 molts I was sure it was his last molt, but was fooled both times. I kept thinking I sexed it wrong, but its a male for sure. The males...
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    S'lings are going for about $250, I traded about...

    S'lings are going for about $250, I traded about $1,000 worth of spiderlings for an adult female a few years ago.
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    I've got to say I was a bit shocked when I...

    I've got to say I was a bit shocked when I couldn't link to my reviews on A R A C H N O B O A R D s, and really made me second guess this forum. Anyways , how do you "thank" people's post on this...
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    Acanthoscurria insubtilis, are often mixed with...

    Acanthoscurria insubtilis, are often mixed with imports Eupalaestrus campestratus. I've seen the labels on them mixed a lot in the past. Your spider is definitely not E. campestratus
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