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    Thread: I picked up more new additions

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      I picked up more new additions

      I am officially at 55 tarantulas now.

      0.0.2 B. vagans
      0.0.2 C. darlingi
      0.0.2 C. marshalli
      0.0.12 H. gabonensis
      0.0.3 H. villosella
      0.0.1 P. langenbucheri
      0.0.4 P. irminia
      0.1.0 P. lugardi
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      Sweet. I think you have passed me by for the moment. I was up in the 70s earlier this year, but have dropped down to 52 at present.

      I am currently at 29-31 species, depending on how you count them. Officially, there are 29 species in this list, but some still like to distinguish brocklehursti from geniculata, and geroldi from avicularia.

      0.1.0 A. brocklehursti
      0.1.0 A. geniculata
      0.1.0 A. avicularia
      0.1.0 A. geroldi
      0.2.0 B. albiceps
      1.1.0 B. albopilosum
      2.2.0 B. auratum
      1.1.0 B. boehmei
      0.2.0 B. emilia
      3.5.0 B. hamorii
      1.1.0 B. klaasi
      1.0.0 B. smithi
      1.2.0 B. vagans
      1.0.0 B. cabocla
      0.1.0 C. versicolor
      0.1.0 C. cyaneopubescens
      0.1.0 C. elegans
      1.1.0 C. ritae
      1.0.1 E. campestratus
      0.2.0 G. porteri
      1.2.0 G. pulchra
      0.1.0 G. pulchripes
      0.1.0 G. rosea
      0.1.0 I. mira
      1.1.0 L. parahybana
      1.1.0 N. chromatus
      0.1.0 N. tripepii
      0.1.0 P. cambridgei
      0.1.0 P. irminia
      1.1.0 P. sazimai
      1.0.0 T. stirmi
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      Quote Originally Posted by ManlyMan7 View Post
      Sweet. I think you have passed me by for the moment. I was up in the 70s earlier this year, but have dropped down to 52 at present.

      I am currently at 29-31 species, depending on how you count them. Officially, there are 29 species in this list, but some still like to distinguish brocklehursti from geniculata, and geroldi from avicularia.

      [FONT="]0.1.0 A. brocklehursti
      [/FONT][FONT="][/FONT]
      [FONT="]0.1.0 A. geniculata
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]0.1.0 A. avicularia
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]0.1.0 A. geroldi
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]0.2.0 B. albiceps
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]1.1.0 B. albopilosum
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]2.2.0 B. auratum
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]1.1.0 B. boehmei
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]0.2.0 B. emilia
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]3.5.0 B. hamorii
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]1.1.0 B. klaasi
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]1.0.0 B. smithi
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]1.2.0 B. vagans
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]1.0.0 B. cabocla
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]0.1.0 C. versicolor
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]0.1.0 C. cyaneopubescens
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]0.1.0 C. elegans
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]1.1.0 C. ritae
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]1.0.1 E. campestratus
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]0.2.0 G. porteri
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]1.2.0 G. pulchra
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]0.1.0 G. pulchripes
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]0.1.0 G. rosea
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]0.1.0 I. mira
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]1.1.0 L. parahybana
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]1.1.0 N. chromatus
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]0.1.0 N. tripepii
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]0.1.0 P. cambridgei
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      [FONT="]0.1.0 P. irminia
      [/FONT]

      [FONT="]1.1.0 P. sazimai
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      1.0.0 T. stirmi
      You could use more OWs (Harpactira in particular) and a B. schroederi.
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      Yeah, I am most interested in M. balfouri, and maybe P. metallica. But never have been a big OW fan.

      I do seem to be well on my way to collecting the whole set of Brachies.


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      Toss the male in, take him out of the water dish in bolus form the next day.

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      Quote Originally Posted by ManlyMan7 View Post
      Yeah, I am most interested in M. balfouri, and maybe P. metallica. But never have been a big OW fan.

      I do seem to be well on my way to collecting the whole set of Brachies.

      B. schroederi are the best eaters in my opinion. Even better than species such as P. cancerides and A. geniculata.
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