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Pamphobeteus sp. “south Ecuador type II (Ecuadorian Goldenflame)

Doc Miller

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Sanford FL
Pampho's are one of my biggest interest

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Whitelightning777

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Baltimore MD
If you have to all how much it costs....

Well, you know!! (Could be several hundred or at least over $100)

This is mainly due to possibility of breeding & long life.
 

Tarantulaboy

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California
I pay 100 she was 1 inch now she is 2 inch but I'm think if get a female is more expensive idk how much but little expensive but when I buy it I never thinking in she was female I'm just like it and I take it with me
 

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