I have a few Tarantula that have matured into males and I'm looking for a good home for them and maybe a couple of quid towards a new T for Christmas!;)
Selina (Now Steve)
Haplopelma lividum MM
Really friendly and never ever shown a threat pose.
Paraphysa parvula MM...
Anolis allisoni - Cuban Blue Headed Anole - CB 2011 male
Extremely rare in UK
Available for reservation to collect at Doncaster show
Hi, New to this forum..... I have just brought a haplopelma lividum, which i have had now for two days. All is going well so far :-)
Just wanted to see if anyone is keeping or has kept this particular species, (i believe they are fairly common) any experience/ do's and dont's etc.
Various Tarantulas for Sale.
Price shown is for each spider but may be willing to do deals on multiple buys.
1x (Megaphobema velvetosoma) Peruvian Brown Velvet Birdeater [10-13cm legspan] unsexed £60 ono
1x (Haplopelma lividum) Cobalt Blue [at least 4cm] £20
1x (Nhandu chromatus) Brazil...
I can not wait, the shop from which I am getting the T from has finally got it in!
Unfortunately I was supposed to be getting a Cobalt Blue also but, he died over the weekend at the shop :( However, im still getting my Pink Toe!!
Anyone got any pics of theirs?
I'm looking for the following species in particular but please PM me if you have anything else unusual or really colourful!
Grammostola pulchra (Brazillian Black)
Avicularia versicolor (Martinique Pinktoe)
Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens (Greenbottle Blue)
Hi i have for sale a sub adult cobalt blue tarantula. This is for the experienced keeper only as they are pure evil. They are very quick and will not hesitate to bite anything that gets in their way. She is a stunning tarantula and is the last of my collection to go. These are becoming harder to...
..but what would you guys say he/she looks like, Male or Female? judging by all your collective knowledge of what both sexes look like before the maturing molt what would you guys bet your money on lol Its a sub adult (I think, cant really measure her lol id say 4 inches maybe)
Never displays, when I nudge her for water changes or anything she just slowly moves like a grammy or something. I thought maybe she's coming up for a moult but she is still eating........not burrowing so much though. Any ideas guys? Am I just lucky? Lol
..and I really want to know what are peoples opinions of the hardiness of rearing each species from spiderling to juvie/adult and maybe anything else unusual or interesting
Im getting a few cobalt blue slings and an a. versicolor sling
I want to know before I buy so Im not getting myself...
I have a 6 yr old female Cobalt Blue and a 3/4 yr old Honduras Curly Hair that I am thinking of selling to a gd hm. Would have photos if i knew how to put them up. Not sure what is a fair offer. Any help would be great.
Want to get a nice AF old world species, specifically a H.lividum, and I have an exo terra large flat faunarium sitting empty, are these large enough? Or is something like a 50ltr rub better?
If it's not big enough what could I stick in there? Can't be having empty tubs lying around...
I've had these guys for awhile now. The most docile T's I've ever owned. The Cobalt.....was not. Awesome T though. Lost him last year.
Enclosure is a split 20gal
My female. She is a diggin machine.
My Cobalt (RIP :( )
just some quick questions:
can a cobalt blue tarantula live in the smallest exo terra tank as an adult?
are they very aggressive?
how much do they cost?
do they need special temps or just standard room temps?
ar they fast e.g faster then a chile rose?
if you are wondering why i ask...