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US A. geniculata, L. parahybana, C. cyaneopubescens, H. maculata, male H. sp. "columbia"

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by Albert McHugh, Feb 22, 2017.

  1. Albert McHugh

    Albert McHugh New Member

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    Hey, so here's the list of species that have to go. I can attempt to sex or upload ventral pics of the unsexed animals if requested.


    The A. geniculata "Brazilian White Knee" is about 4-5 inches. Active and curious, it comes out and explores when you disturb the tank. 50$
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    Here's the A. versicolor "Antilles Pinktoe" It's about 2.5 inches. Loves making elaborate web tunnels, has never shown aggression. Super docile. 30$
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    H. maculata, "Togo Starburst Baboon" about 2 inches maybe more. 20$ IMG_0670.JPG


    L. parahybana "Brazilian Salmon Pink-haired Birdeater" , 5-6 inches. 30$ IMG_1394.JPG IMG_1395.JPG

    C. cyaneopubescens "Green Bottle Blue" 2-3inches. Very active. 50$: IMG_1158.JPG

    And finally an adult male Hapalopus sp. "Columbia" aka the pumpkin patch T. 1.5 inches. Tame. Would be ideal for mating. 10$. IMG_1400.JPG




    Please, ask any questions that you have. Prices are negotiable. I'm in the Philadelphia area, so immediate pickup/delivery is possible if you live nearby. ALSO if anyone is interested I have a variety of cages available, from sling sized cages to adult cages. And yes, I am willing to ship.
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  2. Sonorantree

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    Albert, I'm interested in the A geniculata and A versicolor. I've been looking for females, and that is really what I would like. Any idea on those two? Also, I'm unclear, are you willing to ship? LAG? Thank you, Paul.
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  3. Albert McHugh

    Albert McHugh New Member

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    Yes, I'm willing to ship. Let me try to get some ventral shot later tonight, and I'll upload them here. My gut says the genic is a female, probably because of how stocky it is, but I have no idea on the versicolor.
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    A buddy of mine is interested in L. parahybana not sure if he's willing to take the trip to philly or pay shipping to 07740 I'll have to find out.
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    Albert, that will be great if you can put up some pictures. Maybe someone will be able to tell for sure... I'll probably take both unless somebody says they are both males! I live outside Phoenix Arizona (85342), so our temps are fine for shipping. How about on that end? Paypal goods and services?
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  6. Albert McHugh

    Albert McHugh New Member

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    good news, I can bring the spider to my friend's house in NJ and I just google mapped it, the drive would be 75 minutes. PM me if your friend wants it!
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    Albert McHugh New Member

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    Cool. I'll get the shots up tomorrow!
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    Sounds good Albert! Thank you!
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    Albert, I sent you a private message. Thanks
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    Hey there, Albert! I was wondering if anyone has laid claim to the A. geniculata?
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  11. Casey K.

    Casey K. Well-Known Member 3 Year Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    Hi! I'm interested in the C. cyaneopubescens. I don't care what the sex is because males are pretty hard to find. Females usually run dominant in the species but if I got a female I wouldn't be disappointed. It's the only species that I like to acquire regardless of sex. :) Please let me know what shipping would be to 29301. Thanks!
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    Hello Albert McHugh, I am interested in several of your tarantulas, particularly the lasiodora parahybana and the A. Versicolor. I am outside of Chicago and will happily pay for shipping. I'm just waiting for my membership to this site to be "confirmed" and I'll pm you. Hope to talk soon!
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    Albert McHugh New Member

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    I'm waiting on a response for the LP at the moment, but if that user fails to respond or declines, then you have it!
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  14. Albert McHugh

    Albert McHugh New Member

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    They have, but if that falls through you have her/it.
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    Based on book lung spacing and shape of furrow, I say female.
  18. Casey K.

    Casey K. Well-Known Member 3 Year Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    Thank you so much for responding promptly to my inquiry about the C. cyaneopubescens, however, I wish to opt out of purchase due to void LAG with all shipping options. Thank you for your time and I hope someone gives the beautiful T a good home. :)
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    Thank you for your input! :)
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    You're welcome. :)
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