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JS31

Active Member
4” Immature male Chromatopelma Cyaneopubescens $125+shipping

Monocentropus Balfouri communal of 3 (2” unsexed specimens) asking $250+shipping


If you are a local to California feel free to contact me and we can meet up for local pickup.

T.O.S.: By making any purchase you are agreeing to my terms of service. Transactions via PayPal. Buyer pays cost of the animal plus shipping. Shipping via FEDEX overnight or two day. Shipping cost based on FedEx shipping rates to your ZIP code. Live arrival guarantee (LAG) on packages shipped overnight. If shipped to a FEDEX facility, buyer must pick up and sign for the package within 2 hours of its arrival.Will not ship in temps below 40F or above 90F. Seller not responsible for carrier delays; such delays void the LAG. In the event of a DOA, the buyer must notify me within 1 hour of pickup/delivery and send proof of DOA. LAG covers cost of animal only - in the event of a DOA, the buyer will receive a refund for the price of the animal.
 

JS31

Active Member
*locals to Southern California feel free to contact me and we can meet up for pickup.
 

Casey K.

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Just to help you out a bit....I know they're unsexed but your balfouri communal appears to be all male. Balfouri are sexually dimorphic. The blue coloration on the males legs will show all the way up to the carapace. The blue on the females legs stops at the femur. :)
 

JS31

Active Member
Just to help you out a bit....I know they're unsexed but your balfouri communal appears to be all male. Balfouri are sexually dimorphic. The blue coloration on the males legs will show all the way up to the carapace. The blue on the females legs stops at the femur. :)
Really!!? I had no idea :(, they were traded to me by some guy as an unsexed communal for one of my male p. Mets. I’ve never kept this species before so I wasn’t sure. Thank you very much for your help.
 

JS31

Active Member
Really!!? I had no idea :(, they were traded to me by some guy as an unsexed communal for one of my male p. Mets. I’ve never kept this species before so I wasn’t sure. Thank you very much for your help.
I guess the deal was to good to be true.
 
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