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I raised a female Chilean Rose Hair (Grammostola rosea) from 1998 to Nov 2016, she was bought full grown. I've raised two male Grammostola Rosea, a male Grammostola pulchripes, a male Brazilian black and white (Nhandu coloratovillusus) and a female Colbalt Blue (Haplopelma lividum).On (12/14/14) I acquired a Chaco golden knee (Grammostola pulchripes) and a Brazilian Salmon Pink Tarantula (Lasiodora parahybana) MM 9-18-2016, DOD 1-3-2019. January 31, 2016 I brought home a Mexican Red Knee (Brachypelma hamorii) MM 2022, DOD March 22, 2023. March 22, 2016 my Grammostola Pulchra sling arrived. March 29, 2016 my Avicularia versicolor (DOD 6-14-2017) and Psalmopoeus pulcher arrived (MM 12-2017) (DOD 3-29-2020). June 3 2016 my C. cyaneopubescens sling arrived. On 4-9-2017 I bought a G. rosea for my daughter. Nov 19, 2021 bought a B. klassi, B. emilia, and a G. actaeon (DOD 2-2-2022). Dec 11, 2021 I bought for my son a C. cyaneopubescens, MM molt 2023. Feb 4, 2022 my G. actaeon arrived. Feb 19, 2022 bought A. seemanni. November 19 2023 bought two mature male T. albopilosus



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