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5 years 2 months ago #59438 by Curtis

meezo wrote: thnks T M DUKE IS IT WORTH IT TO PAY R450 FOR A 1.5


No thats expensive, max R200

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5 years 2 months ago #59439 by RAMEEZ
cascade the dude (not going to say name) told me it is a new species ???

M.F.U
0.0.4 P.FASCHIATA
0.0.1 B.VAGANS
1.0.2 H.INCIE
0.0.1 B.EMELIA
0,0,1H.GIGAS
0.0.1P.ORNATA
0.0.1 H.MACULATA

SCORPIONS
M.F.U
0.0.2 U. triangulifer
1.0.0 P.IMPERATOR

I WANT MORE !!!!!!!

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5 years 2 months ago #59440 by RAMEEZ
were can i get one from for that price cascade

M.F.U
0.0.4 P.FASCHIATA
0.0.1 B.VAGANS
1.0.2 H.INCIE
0.0.1 B.EMELIA
0,0,1H.GIGAS
0.0.1P.ORNATA
0.0.1 H.MACULATA

SCORPIONS
M.F.U
0.0.2 U. triangulifer
1.0.0 P.IMPERATOR

I WANT MORE !!!!!!!

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5 years 2 months ago - 5 years 2 months ago #59442 by That Cossor guy
If it is a new species then who has determined this? Also what taxonomical characters seperate it from the typical Avicularia sp. Guyana found in the hobby? Finally if it is a new species then why is there no mention of it on any forums?

The chances are they will be your bog standard Avicularia sp. Guyana that, as you can see from the pics I posted, vary from moult to moult in their colouring.

*EDIT*

They may well be Avicularia sp. Kwitara River which are from Guyana and are green (sort of). They have been in the hobby for at least a couple of years and have white tipped hairs like hobby metallica.




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5 years 2 months ago #59529 by Tiaan
@The Magnificent Duke

I just wanted to ask the changes in colour of the T, does that happen till the T is mature or is it just the ultimate moult that this T changes from green to blue or from blue to green??

Very interesting T :ohmy:

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5 years 2 months ago #59541 by That Cossor guy
From the Avic sp. avicularia/Guyana I have kept over the years it seems the colour can change from moult to moult regardless of the maturity of the spider. Iirc the Avicularia sp. Guyana that i posted pics of went from blue to green then back to dark blue before I managed to kill it.



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