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      Though i just received new adds recently after a bit of a wait, I still need to buy some new adds this month as a birthday present to myself as I do yearly. I am looking for 10 suggestions on what to look into getting next. Only two i'm not looking to get quite yet are H. maculata and S. calceatum. Here is what i have in my collection so far:

      A. geniculata
      A. moderatum
      A. Hentzi
      A. Sp. New river
      B. albopilosum (honduran)
      B. albopilosum (nicaraguan)
      B. sabulosum
      B. schroederi
      B. hamorii
      B. emilia
      E. campestratus
      E. pachypus
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      G. porteri
      G. pulchripes
      G. grossa
      H. Sp. fire
      H. dictator
      H. pulchripes
      I. mira
      O. Sp. "Cebu"
      P. platyomma
      P. atrichromatus
      P. cancerides
      P. cambridgei
      P. muticus

      Looking for any suggestions minus the two at the beginning if this post.
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      G. pulchra
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      B. vagans
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      Quote Originally Posted by PanzoN88 View Post
      Though i just received new adds recently after a bit of a wait, I still need to buy some new adds this month as a birthday present to myself as I do yearly. I am looking for 10 suggestions on what to look into getting next. Only two i'm not looking to get quite yet are H. maculata and S. calceatum.
      • Bumba cabocla (looks kind of like a cross between a tarantula and a true spider)
      • Caribena versicolor (rainbow floof)
      • Ceratogyrus marshalli (you don't have anything with a horn?!)
      • Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens (GBB)
      • Dolichothele diamantinensis (brightly colored dwarf; no urticating hairs)
      • Grammostola iheringi (like a Brachypelma vagans but cooler)
      • Grammostola pulchra (you're missing a beautiful black bulldozer)
      • Neoholothele incei (heavy webbing dwarf; comes in olive or gold; no urticating hairs)
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