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  1. Ajbeardow

    Hi everyone!

    Thought I'd take a moment to say "hi" as a new member and new tarantula keeper. I've just started with two Acanthoscurria Geniculata slings from veteran member @Phil (thanks again mate). Super excited to be starting out in the hobby and being a part of the community. Thought I'd leave this...
  2. M

    New Tarantula fan.

    Hi all I am completely new to the hobby and am looking for a small T to start. I have been researching the Euathlus sp ( and it's renamings!). I am practically interested in the Euathlus sp yellow and red now Homoeomma orellanai and chilensis. Been looking for one for about 8 months now but no...
  3. spiderllamas


    Hello, my name is Jill. I already have an account on arachnoboards, but this forum seems to have a really good community of tarantula owners! I only have one tarantula that I've had for a couple years now, but I'm thinking of getting more. The T that I have right now is just your regular every...
  4. Bertie88

    So nice to be here :-)

    Thanks to @Phil for recommending this as an alternative forum :-) Having had a scan through the site, I’d like to introduce myself and say hey! Having kept reptiles for many years I finally branched out into the world of tarantulas and more recently, scorpions. Though I kept a secret curly...
  5. CarbonatedIceTea

    Hello everyone

    Hello! My name is Jonathan and am a 19-year-old guy from Sweden with a huge animal passion, and for a couple of months back, my interest in tarantulas and spiders started. And sens I bought my first tarantula I could not stop :) I'm studying animal and have one year to go before I graduate. On...
  6. John☆


    Hi! My name is John, I am greek and I live in Greece. I currently don't have any tarantulas but I'm really looking forward to obtaining one. I particularly like Brachypelma Hamorii , Acanthoscurria chacoana and Acanthoscurria geniculata. I am now learning some names, because I'm really fond of...