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  1. Thread: Jmugleston

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    There should be contact info on this site. ...

    There should be contact info on this site. https://www.greatbasinserpentarium.com/
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    My oldest tarantula, that I have a documented age...

    My oldest tarantula, that I have a documented age on, is a 9 year old Brachypelma boehmei.

    I lost my beloved Aphonopelma eutylenum this past summer to a bad molt. A very mature adult rescue from...
  3. Thread: Poecs

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    I like the "Poeci is a Poeci is a Poeci"...

    I like the "Poeci is a Poeci is a Poeci" sentiment. They're all fast and their bites pack a punch. With the other species you have, you should be fine with a Poeci.
    P rufilata was my first in the...
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    P sazimai juvenile female...

    P sazimai juvenile female
    http://s653.photobucket.com/user/Gone2Dogs4/media/Mobile%20Uploads/20160922_232734_zpsclcnbv37.jpg.html?filters[user]=87180341&filters[recent]=1&sort=1&o=8
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    Poverty. I'm afraid of poverty.

    Poverty. I'm afraid of poverty.
  6. Thread: New Ts

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    Congrats on the new adds. IME, A seemanni is...

    Congrats on the new adds.
    IME, A seemanni is about the fastest growing of the Aphonopelma. I got my female in July 2011 at less than 1 inch. Her spermathacae were sclerotized at last year's molt...
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    Sticky: I've always found most gloves to be too unwieldy...

    I've always found most gloves to be too unwieldy to be safely used when working around tarantulas. The heaviest gloves I use are nitrile, more to protect the tarantulas from the insecticides I'm...
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    Monocentropus balfouri missed the boat. :-)

    Monocentropus balfouri missed the boat. :-)
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    I had a E cyanognathus that was a rock thrower....

    I had a E cyanognathus that was a rock thrower. There was some tiny pea gravel mixed in with her substrate. When she encountered any during excavations, she'd pitch them out with enough force that...
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    Your camera dusts off very nicely. :-)

    Your camera dusts off very nicely. :-)
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    Help I keep an inch or so of wheat bran in the bottom...

    I keep an inch or so of wheat bran in the bottom of container, sliced potatoes, occasional sliced apple or orange. Keep at room temperature. I akso throw a piece of egg carton in fir the beetles to...
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    Enabler. :-)

    Enabler.
    :-)
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    How much does he get to eat, what brand, how many...

    How much does he get to eat, what brand, how many and what kind of treats?
    General rule of thumb is: 8 oz of the average dry dog food per day will sustain 25 pounds of dog. Exact amount will vary...
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    Gonna give it a shot. :-)

    Gonna give it a shot. :-)
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    it posted the same post twice. Such is the state...

    it posted the same post twice. Such is the state of my internet connection. :-/
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    Oops, duplicate post...

    Oops, duplicate post...
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    For all the slow growing notoriety, my male grew...

    For all the slow growing notoriety, my male grew from 1 inch dls in October 2012 to 5 inches mature on 16 September 15.
    I figured he timed that perfectly since my female's last molt was 8 May 15...
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    In addition to Ranchibi 's excellent info, both...

    In addition to Ranchibi 's excellent info, both can inflict a mechanically painful bite. Being OW, any bite from P muticus will be more significant venom wise. T stirmi has the most notorious...
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    Thank you, Jump.

    Thank you, Jump.
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    So sorry for your loss, Jim. My mom passed away...

    So sorry for your loss, Jim. My mom passed away August 27, about 2 weeks before her 91st birthday. Expected, but unexpected. Even being "prepared", it's not easy to lose a parent.
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    Is she like this with everyone who comes to your...

    Is she like this with everyone who comes to your house, or just him?
  22. Thread: Hornworms?

    by Formerphobe
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    I've never raised them, but pick some up for the...

    I've never raised them, but pick some up for the Ts when the reptile show comes around. Hornworms and silkworms. Most Ts love them. Some are picky eaters.
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    The first genus to carry the common name "bird...

    The first genus to carry the common name "bird eater" was Avicularia. Avicula is from Avis = bird.

    It was my understanding that T blondi is the heaviest bodied tarantula, but there are other...
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    Mine must have been a dud. LOL In the...

    Mine must have been a dud. LOL
    In the approximately 3 years that I had him, I saw him about half a dozen times- unpacking, 2 rehouses, pack for shipping, and a few other random times in between. I...
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    Poll: I just unpacked my box from Ken. As always,...

    I just unpacked my box from Ken. As always, healthy, well packed stock, and larger than stated. I've been dealing with Ken for several years now. He never disappoints.
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