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Greetings from SE-Asia, Philippines

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by siuoll, Apr 24, 2018.

  1. siuoll

    siuoll Member

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    Hello guys, it might be late for my introduction but I'm gonna do it

    I'm Louis from Philippines and I'm 15 years old
    I own a Brachypelma Albopilosum and planning to own a Grammastola Pulchripies or Brachypelma Smithi

    Nice to meet you all and most of all thank you all for your advice and help
    It's been a good help from me and my little baby Brachypelma Albopilosum which is 4 inches now. It was 1'5 inches when I got her and I started visiting this forum when I got her. The forum is better place to visit to me than a keepers care sheets to be honest but still I use the method of keepers care sheets.

    Once again I thank you all for all of the advice and help.
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    siuoll Member

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    Note: I don't actually know her gender but I just assume that she's a female.
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    Dustin Amack Well-Known Member

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    It's great to meet you Louis! I'm glad you are a part of this amazing forum.
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    yeahhtrue Active Member

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    Welcome! Do you ever encounter the Ts that are native to the Philippines? Orphnaecus philippinus is on my 'want' list :)
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    Enn49 Moderator Staff Member 3 Year Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    Hi Louis and welcome. :)
    You certainly picked a great T to start with, B. Albopilosums are adorable.:T:
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    Yep, yep. It's very native here in cebu
    the Orphanaecus Philippinus sp cebu which all the natives here are scared or they're not so familiar with it. tbh they're very ignorant with these beautiful creatures. So many disappointment especially to my family. They're scared to them :(. The common or native name of the Orphnaecus Philippinus is "singot-singot."
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    They sure are.
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    singot-singot, that's pretty cool. You should take some pictures next time you come across one...I'm sure the forum would love to see these tarantulas in their natural environment.
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    If I happens be in there habitat 'cause the place is actually dangerous for me
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    LC72uk Moderator Staff Member

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    Welcome to the Group Louis.............LC72UK:):T:
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    Dave Jay Well-Known Member

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    And welcome, Louis. Lots of knowledge on this board and very friendly.
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