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New species wanted

Discussion in 'Tarantula Form Contests - WIN Photo of the Month' started by HTay, Jul 3, 2015.

  1. HTay

    HTay Member

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    So my two dream T's right now are a GBB and Blue Fang.
    What is the care like for both?
    Does anyone have a preference other than looks?
    I honestly think every T has something special about their appearance.
    Thanks!
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  2. spidey noob

    spidey noob Well-Known Member

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    hope this helps ;) both stunning spices !!!
    hi her is the info on GBB
    ORIGIN VENEZUELA
    LIFESTYLE TERRESTRIAL
    TEMP 22-29°C
    HUMIDITY 60-65%
    LEG SPAN 15CM
    DISPOSITION SKITTISH
    SUITABILITY 3 (venom strenght)

    info for blue fang
    ORIGIN / French Guiana
    LIFESTYLE / TERRESTRIAL
    TEMP / 22-26°
    HUMIDITY / 70-80%
    LEG SPAN / 10-12cm
    DISPOSITION / defensive
    SUITABILITY / 3
  3. MassExodus

    MassExodus Well-Known Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    Howdy. I don't have a blue fang so I can't say much about them, other than that they're an interesting spider...I do have 2 GBBs though, and would recommend them to anyone. They web a lot, those haunted enclosures are awesome, they hit prey like they're starving, and both of mine show themselves on a regular basis. One of my top five favorite spiders, they are skittish, fast for a terrestrial, and as adults they're a dry species, which to me is always a plus.

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