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    Re: The healing power of molting...

    That is awesome to hear. I got a H. lividum with a badly injured tarsus and it has molted twice, but still needs one more molt before it's completely back to normal. It is amazing that tarantulas are...
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    Double clutch, thristy, MM, Orb

    My P. regalis has drop 2 sacs within 4 months :cool::mrgreen:
    http://i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd471/Thebearjew12/DSC_0082.jpg

    You can't say this is not cute...
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    How protected are Poecilotheria's

    I know that they're on the IUCN red list, but what does that acually mean??
    What's the best thing I can do to help protect them??
    Should I tie myself to a tree in India??
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    Re: Tarantula in Pueblo, CO

    coloradenum & vogelae, do you have any photos of these two?
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    Re: Lighting for your tarantulas

    I wonder why it makes no difference??
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    Lighting for your tarantulas

    What type of light do you provide for your tarantulas, that's if you provide any?? I honestly think a keeping a natural light cycle for my tarantulas is important. I can't say why, but I just have a...
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    Re: Book Recommendations

    Now please don't ban me from the site but The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins is a awesome book a little controversial topic yes, but religious or not it is a still good read.
    Under the Dome by...
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    Any red hot chili pepper fans

    Anybody like the Red Hot Chili Peppers? Got their new cd a couple of days ago and have been listening to it. I got to say I like a lot but not as much as I like their past albums. Can't decide if...
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    Tarantula in Pueblo, CO

    I lived in Pueblo about 4 years ago and around this time of year we had tarantulas all over the place down there. It was the mating season and the males were out searching for females. My entire...
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    Re: New members of the family

    Blondi yoga :lol: Is it a true T. blondi if so you should post some pics please. Also is it male or female?
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    Re: Your top 5 favs?

    Nice lists :)
    1. Maybull - chubby bully dawg
    2. Ladybird - aussie shep
    3. Elektra - p. rufilata
    4. Elvira - p. metallica
    5. Giblit - prairie dog

    A prairie dog! lol
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    Re: Your top 5 favs?

    I've only kept tarantula's but my,

    G. rosea was my first tarantula and is one of my favs even though it doesn't move, doesn't eat and is the classic pet rock lol.
    My P. ornata is probably my...
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    Your top 5 favs?

    So what is your top 5 favorite pets you've kept snakes, tarantulas, lizards, birds, anything??
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    Adam's wish list

    1) Poecilotheria metallica
    2) Poecilotheria smithi
    3) Brachypelma boehmei
    4) Brachypelma emilia
    5) Brachypelma klaasi
    6) Morelia viridis
    7) Bitis gabonica:rolleyes:
    8) Crotalus...
  15. Thread: Pokie sexing

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    Re: Pokie sexing

    Thanks Bell & Widowman for the help, now I have a pretty good idea of whats what.
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    Re: Pokie sexing

    It would be awesome if your right. How confident are you with the P. tigrinawesseli being female, it's the one I'm most wanting to be female due to how expensive it is. I actually bought the subfusca...
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    Pokie sexing

    Poecilotheria tigrinawesseli
    http://i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd471/Thebearjew12/tiger.jpg
    Poecilotheria subfusca 1
    http://i1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd471/Thebearjew12/subfusca.jpg...
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    Re: Ventral sexing

    Yea I'm talking about my pokies that are aound 2 inches and they always destroy the molt for me:lol: I post some pics soon. Thanks
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    Ventral sexing

    Just wondering what's more accurate when ventral sexing, trying to ventral sex a tarantula post or pre-molt?
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