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    plessey replied to the thread any guitar players here?.
    I've played bass for years, mostly gravitating towards 6 string bass. I mess about with electric guitars as well but I certainly...
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    plessey replied to the thread I NEED SOME URGENT HELP! (thin).
    Looks just like mine
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    The last I heard on this Volker Von Worth had compared sp. Vietnam blue to the type specimen of dyscolus and it was a match and also...
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    plessey reacted to octanejunkie's post in the thread Cyriopagopus doriae Progression with Like Like.
    Yes, your animal can cope with less than ideal conditions, and that may manifest itself in defensiveness, but the fact that it is...
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    plessey replied to the thread Cyriopagopus doriae Progression.
    It's still a bad set up for this species.
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    plessey replied to the thread Tarantula Expo in Scotland?.
    They started doing an invert show a couple of years back in Glasgow at the Scotstoun sports club then Covid came along. It would be...
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    plessey replied to the thread Cyriopagopus doriae Progression.
    I've found that the best way to keep these is in a plastic cereal container with at least 8" of slightly damp multi purpose compost or...
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    plessey replied to the thread Tarantula Books.
    Just found a free pdf version of the Biology of Spiders book here - https://www.academia.edu/13113405/Biology_of_Spiders
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    plessey replied to the thread G. Pulchra molt.
    Can't see anything there that would indicate it is female so most likely male.
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    plessey replied to the thread Tarantula Books.
    The tarantula keepers guide that you have is a good starting point, it's a little out of date but still has some good info in it as well...
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    plessey replied to the thread What do you guys think?.
    From that photo it looks like there is a bursa copulatrix (outlined in yellow) and the spermathecae and uterus externus (outlined in...
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    plessey replied to the thread What sex is my B. Smithi?.
    Also, as a side note, if you pull the uterus externus down and look at the spermathecae and it is wrinkled like the one I posted above...
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    plessey replied to the thread What sex is my B. Smithi?.
    Yes it is female. Spermathecae come in all sorts of shapes and sizes or can be missing altogether depending on the species. Brachypelma...
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