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Recent content by mrsoul1974

  1. mrsoul1974

    Good evening all

    Welcome and good luck!
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    Hello - new member with a new T.

    FYI, those T's like to shoot their poop! Like, for real! Lol
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    Hello - new member with a new T.

    Welcom, Wayne! Best of luck with everything!!
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    US Fear Not Tarantulas Review.

    Ooof! Thought they'd do you better than that...
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    Winner of January 2021 competition

    Both are vert sweet. Congrats!
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    US Fear Not Tarantulas Review.

    DiD you follow up with them again? I hope yopu got yuor T!
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    Chromatopelma Cyaneopubescens

    Awesomwe choice! My favorite T! I got mine 2 years ago, and she is just spectacular! Beautiful colors, heavy webber, and never disappoints when it comes to feeding! (unless in premolt, of course). Best of luck!!
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    Horn growth and creepy face

    That's really cool!:cool:
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    Hello and thanks for read my post ,I have problem .

    Hi! It's hard to tell from pictures, but she looks ok to me. If she's moving around like she normally does for the next few days, I'm sure she is undamaged. Give her a day or two to adjust to her new home, and then offer her food. Just make sure the vent holes in her new enclosure aren't too...
  10. mrsoul1974

    Welcome to Tarantula Forum!

    Welcome aboard!
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    Comment by 'mrsoul1974' in media 'Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens'

    Absolutely beautiful!!!!
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    How to sex your tarantula

    Got to be a girl. You can see the"ears" popping up from the spermatheca. Congrats!!
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    H. pulchripes sling

    Too funny!
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    H. pulchripes sling

    Just make sure as it gets bigger it can't push the pipette out. They are strong little guys!