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Species idendification

Discussion in 'Avicularia' started by Justin Di Paolantonio, Nov 9, 2016.

  1. Justin Di Paolantonio

    Justin Di Paolantonio New Member

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    Im not sure which species this is when i purchased.

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  2. Justin Di Paolantonio

    Justin Di Paolantonio New Member

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    I found the containter it came in. Checked is the "guyana pink toe" avicularia avicularia. Guess this topic is closed unless anyone thinks its something else.
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    Looks right to be the avic avic
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    Phil Well-Known Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    Agree, welcome to the forum @Justin Di Paolantonio, are you OK with the set up for these. They are arboreal so prefer tall enclosures rather than floor space. A cork tube and some plants to anchor web to is also a must, as is an open water dish and cross ventilation. I only mention as you are a new member and so unsure of your current experiences with Ts and wanted to help ☺
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