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  1. Invert Classifieds
    P&P & Pics avaliable: Asian Blue Forset scorpion (Heterometrus spinifer) 10-12cm £20.00 Eastern Horned Baboon (Ceratogyrus darlingi) 2cm £8.00 King Baboon (Pelinobius muticus) 1-2cm £10.00 Golden Baboon (Augacephalus exendami) Adult £40.00 Chaco golden knee (Grammostola pulcheripes) 1cm...
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    PLEASE NOTE: I won't be posting out any inverts until the weather has improved. Sorry about the delay! :) Asian Blue Forset scorpion (Heterometrus spinifer) 10-12cm £20.00 Eastern Horned Baboon (Ceratogyrus darlingi) 2cm £8.00 King Baboon (Pelinobius muticus) 1-2cm £10.00 Golden Baboon...
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    Due to leaving home and heading for uni in a couple of weeks, I am sadly going to have to sell my two tarantulas. I have an adult (i think) unsexed Peru Purple Pink Toe (Avicularia sp.) and an adult unsexed Chile Rose for sale. I am asking for £40 for the avic and £10 for the chile rose, or £45...
  4. Spiders and Inverts
    anybody know the difference between lge juves of amazonica & peru purple? i have a lge juve f 'amazonica', but i've heard that some of these are actually peru purple's! i've seen the difference in adults, but i'd like to know now, if i've got the real McCoy or not, as i already have an adult f...
  5. Spiders and Inverts
    Last rehousing: http://www.reptileforums.co.uk/spider-invert-pictures/208560-rehousing.html This one was EVEN MORE traumatic. The Tesco Stackable Storage jar that will be its new house Drilled: Old house next to new house: Bramble, the avic sp 'Peru Purple' that is being rehoused...
  6. Spiders and Inverts
    I use the term viv very loosely, its just a rather nice container I picked up in Tesco for my avic. I couldn't find any decent (or even nice) silk plants, but I did find a tiny little ivy plant for 98p. Is it alright to house my avic in with an ivy plant? I had a read at the planted vivaria...
  7. Spider and Invert Pictures
    My little avic sling very kindly continued cleaning its feet while I took pictures :) Certainly some of the most interesting macro pics I've been able to get of my spids :) And one at 100% (cropped)
  8. Spider and Invert Pictures
    Last time I saw my little Avic sp "Peru Purple", it looked like this: I come home today and it looks like THIS!! :D I nearly died of a cuteness overload, look at those tiny pink toes! :D
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