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ANYONE GOT ANY PICTURES OF THEIR RARE Tsss

Phobik1

Active Member
MM G. GROSSA. His first meal after his ultimate molt today.
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Keymond69

Member
I agree... Rare Ts are by availability not how much they cost IMAO.. But each to there own ;) all three species that @Keymond69 originally suggested are readily available but a bit pricey..
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder :)
The rarest of the rarest as there is only one......'Genie' (Acanthoscurria geniculata) there will NEVER be another like my big beautiful baby. End of :)
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Phil your ts are amazing, do you have any true spiders
 

Phil

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Checkmate

Formerly 'voldemort'
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I didn't see where you're located but I believe these are all pretty uncommon here in the US:

Aphonopelma paloma (AF)
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Aphonopelma superstitionense (SAF)
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Aphonopelma xwalxwal (SAF)
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Aphonopelma catalina (uns juv)
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Neischnocolus yupanquii
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Phlogiellus johnreylazoi (AF)
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ilovebrachys

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I didn't see where you're located but I believe these are all pretty uncommon here in the US:

Aphonopelma paloma (AF)
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Aphonopelma superstitionense (SAF)
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Aphonopelma xwalxwal (SAF)
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Aphonopelma catalina (uns juv)
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Neischnocolus yupanquii
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Phlogiellus johnreylazoi (AF)
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Wow they are some rare Ts.. Great photos and gorgeous Ts - I'm certainly envious lol :D
 

FireBornDragon

New Member
Its nice to apriciate rare Tss , be nice for some people to show off there collection. Any pictures anyone ?
My “rare” would be my sexed female P. rufilata (not that rare, but sexed females are fairly rare), my Harpactira cafreriana, and my sexed female genuine Brachypelma smithi (not hamori, a true smithi).
 

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Opaul8

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I have a feeling Hysterocrates Hercules will be difficult trump - in terms if raretiy..
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Wait.. I know.. I know.. but look..

I have grown these on from spiderlings for 6 years, that hitched a ride in a plant import. I researched the Hysterocrates genus for two.. I am trying to get a male to get some slings for those keen on them..

Please take a look at this before saying these aren't the 'real deal' as I think you will be surprised..

 

New2T’s

Member
Sorry pressed wrong button
Here you go
Pseudhapalopus sp Colombia
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Theraphosinae sp panama
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And not so tiny anymore
Pamphobeteus sp Costa juvenile female
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Regards Konstantin
I have two P. sp columbia. Mine are tiny as well. I had ordered two from a place and they both died within 10 days. So I got lucky and found them with a reputable person and ordered two more. I told the place I got the first two from and they weren’t helpful. Found it odd that they both died. Anyways, love that P. costa. She’s beautiful.
 
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