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    Default Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens

    Just picked up my new T after work, and Im really chuffed. Shes had a little walk round but I know it will take a while to settle in. I cant wait to see it start to web...




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    A very nice T mike.. one for my future collection I think..

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    Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! (Very excited!!!!)

    That's a cool spid' Mike, I'm jealous!! Yours is bigger than mine (oo-er!)

    I expect by the time you read this it will be creating it's new home?? Mine's webbed the tub to death and feel bad every time I lift the lid coz it pulls half of it out!

    Oh, and check out my latest post......it happened!! lol

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    lol Im sooo chuffed. Now she needs a name!!

    After about an hour she was off webbing a bit, not alot. Im hoping she'll do more over night and I expect to be watching for most of it!!!

    Latest post!!! Be afraid, be very afraid.

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    A name.......hmmmm

    I started naming mine along the lines of their common name like Red, and Curly but I've got too many now!!

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    Well so far I have

    Rosie - G. rosea (not original I know)
    Vala - B. smithi
    Jacy Bee - A. seemanni
    Cruella - A. geniculata
    Harry - T. blondi
    Pink - L. parahybana

    The slings I havent named, only when they're bigger

    Just the GBB to go, and she is a stunner.....

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    Brill! I love Harry as although I know the reason for the choice I still think names like that are brilliant!

    And Jacy Bee is my favourite so far! Very clever!

    I have a 6ft Boa Constrictor called 'Cuddles'!

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    Nice one Mike.

    I have a sling, I can't wait till it's starts to get it's adult colours.

    Kain

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    This is after the first night. I stayed up till about 1am watching her webbing, very impressive


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    Wow! it's mad isn't it!? Like something out of a film!! Cool pic!

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