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Getting back into T's after 35 years.

Ondine98

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Hi, I'm Judy. In the mid 80's I kept and bred Mexican Red Knees. I'm eighty years old, retired, and recently bought three beautiful T's. I have an adult female A.Seemanni, named Piernas, an adult female P.Sazimai, named Sazzy, and a juvenile female T. Vagans, named Velvet. The girls have settled in nicely. Miss Seemanni is quite feisty, and threatens and strikes at the least disturbance. Miss Vagans is a ravenous eater, and Miss Sazimai appears to be in pre-molt. Here are a few pics.
 

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DustyD

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Hello and welcome. Great place to chat/ discuss tarantulas and other inverts.

How did you and your ladies fare with Ian? Quite the mess in general, I understand.
 

Ondine98

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We are fine here in Hudson, Florida. Power was out for 18 hours, but no damage. The T's didn't know the difference, LOL. They probably enjoyed the extra darkness.
 

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