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Idiothele mira and Grammostola pulchra feeding.

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I have one, one of my fav spiders.
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I have one, one of my fav spiders.
Took me a while to find one. Well worth the wait.
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Theraphosa blondi feeding. Accept I bloody missed it.

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Took me a while to find one. Well worth the wait.
I generally prefer NW T's. And terrestrial.
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I generally prefer NW T's. And terrestrial.
I just like what I like. Not fussed if they're a NW, OW, terrestrial or arboreal. If they make me smile they get bought.
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I just like what I like. Not fussed if they're a NW, OW, terrestrial or arboreal. If they make me smile they get bought.
I only have one OW now, an H Minax.
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I only have one OW now, an H Minax.
I've got a happy mix.

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Chilobrachys fimbriatus
Cyriopagopus hati hati
Heteroscodra maculata
Idiothele mira
Poecilotheria subfusca lowland
Poecilotheria tigrinawesseli

NW

Brachypelma hamorii
Caribena versicolor
Cyriocosmus ritae
Grammostola iheringi
Grammostola pulchra
Pamphobeteus antinous
Theraphosa blondi
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There's not as much decent out there for sale these days.
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Gandanameno sp feeding.

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Harpegnathos venator feeding.

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