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      I got two last April from Tarantula Canada - their last two. I only ordered one, but decided to get the other one when I picked them up. They are around 2.5". About a month ago, I found the female dead in her burrow. She had been active a couple of days earlier, eating normally, burrowing normally, no death curl, nice and plump abdomen and no signs of anything being wrong. A real mystery. I am devastated over losing her and I don't think I'll ever get over her loss. I loved these two very much and this one is male. I'm on the lookout, but none of the dealers can find any.

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      I am actually about to buy an AF of this species
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      post pics when you get her, mine is one of three she is about 4"

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      post pics when you get her, mine is one of three she is about 4"
      It will be after the 9th but I sure will.
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      Here is my 4" boy.

      I hope I can find a female somewhere, but not holding high hopes here in Canada.



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      post pics when you get her, mine is one of three she is about 4"
      Here she is at 5"
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      Ooooh!! Purdy!

      I hope my sling is female. It just molted a few days ago, and I was able to check out the molt, but not sure if I am looking at spermathecae or male parts. I will need to wait for the next molt or so to be sure.

      I already have one mature male PZB, so I am really hoping for a female.


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      Ooooh!! Purdy!

      I hope my sling is female. It just molted a few days ago, and I was able to check out the molt, but not sure if I am looking at spermathecae or male parts. I will need to wait for the next molt or so to be sure.

      I already have one mature male PZB, so I am really hoping for a female.

      It's a shame you are in Canada, I'm trying to find a MM. My female is quite defensive, even more do than my P. lugardi.
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