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best looking pamphobeteus?female?

Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by Ultum4Spiderz, Nov 25, 2011.

  1. SingaporeB

    SingaporeB Arachnopeon

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    This genus needs a lot of work done on it. Sellers in the US use nothing but pics of slings. Seems like there is a new species every month.

    p. solaris is the new looker in Europe. If the Netbug lady gets some slings she'll want $800 for one and $1,500 for a sexed female.
     
  2. efmp1987

    efmp1987 Arachnosquire Active Member

    Arachnoiden has 1,100 for a breeding pair (but still babies). Probably 900 = female. 300 = male. :troll:
     
  3. SingaporeB

    SingaporeB Arachnopeon

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    Yeah I should have mentioned that site, it's one of the very few with pampho pics. http://arachnoiden.com/shop-tarantulas/

    He indeed has a solaris 2"-21/2" female for $799.99

    Check out his pampho pics on the right side of the screen.
     
  4. basin79

    basin79 Arachnoprince Active Member

    Just bought a female Pamphobeteus sp Costa off @KezyGLA. 9cm leg span. Unbelievably stunning. I rushed these pics and I was in my windowless bathroom due to unpacking her. They do her absolutely no justice. I've no idea if they keep these markings as they mature but I'm thoroughly enjoying her now.


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  5. Jones0911

    Jones0911 Arachnobaron Active Member


    Hands down Solaris!!!

    Currently saving up for a female now!!!!
     
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  6. efmp1987

    efmp1987 Arachnosquire Active Member



    Your photo style worsens the drooling as one continues to scroll downward. :troll: If I see you attach a pic I will make sure not to scroll any further :joyful::kiss:


    Edit: What do you think of Pamphos? Ultimate display Ts? That is the word "hide" is not in their vocabulary.
     
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  7. basin79

    basin79 Arachnoprince Active Member

    I only have 2 and this lass at 9cm is the biggest. My Pamphobeteus antinous comes out at night but she stops in her burrow during the day.

    The Costa hasn't bothered going into her hide yet at all.
     
  8. sasker

    sasker Arachnoknight Active Member

    I like the pink eyebrows that many Pamphos have.

    And yes, your pictures are absolutely horrible.:troll:
     
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  9. efmp1987

    efmp1987 Arachnosquire Active Member

    Which of these Pamphobeteus have black females? (some are brown which I hate):

    Pamphobeteus antinous
    Pamphobeteus ultramarinus
    Pamphobeteus solars
    Pamphobeteus platyomma
    Pamphobeteus nigricolor
    Pamphobeteus nigricolor true form
    Pamphobeteus petersi
    Pamphobeteus vespertinus
    Pamphobeteus grandis
    Pamphobeteus Machalla
    Pamphobeteus Esmeraldas
    Pamphobeteus fortis
    Pamphobeteus Costa
    Pamphobeteus Santo Domingo
    Pamphobeteus Ecuador II
    Pamphobeteus ornatus
    Pamphobeteus insignis
    Pamphobeteus duran
    Pamphobeteus cascada
    Pamphobeteus mascara
     
  10. basin79

    basin79 Arachnoprince Active Member

    Pamphobeteus antinous (Peru big black) do. That's why I bought one. Massive black tarantula with a red arse.
     
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  11. efmp1987

    efmp1987 Arachnosquire Active Member


    Antinous is the only Pamphobeteus with black background coloration? That is very sad indeed.
    If one cannot get a spider ala rainbow, black is always the next best thing. :troll:
     
  12. basin79

    basin79 Arachnoprince Active Member

    Ha ha ha ha. I'm sure more Pamphobeteus sp do. But antinous are black. A larger, and leggier Grammostola pulchra who forgot to apply sunblock to it's arse whilst out sightseeing.
     
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  13. Tomoran

    Tomoran Arachnoknight

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    P. antinous gets my vote. LOVE that black velvety beauty. :)
     
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  14. boina

    boina Arachnobaron Arachnosupporter

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    P nigricolor is not so bad either. Unfortunately there are two forms and I don't know which one I have... Mine is a nice dark grey with silvery "eyebrows", a coloring that I find very attractive. It's not brown - I don't like that either. I'll try to get a pic later.
     
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  15. cold blood

    cold blood ArachnoGod Active Member

    When pre-molt...brown is normal.


    P. nigricolor (hobby)

    This is the pre-molt look...
     
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  16. efmp1987

    efmp1987 Arachnosquire Active Member


    You're scaring me away! That is something you're supposed to keep a secret, so I get drawn into the genus! :troll:

    But seriously, which species are naturally brown from the list I provided? Google is such a chronic liar.
     
  17. cold blood

    cold blood ArachnoGod Active Member

    getting close to pre molt again 20171012_163344.jpg
     
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  18. cold blood

    cold blood ArachnoGod Active Member

    Have you not had it long enough to molt? It should turn deep brown before molting.

    Hobby form nigricolor have the Christmas tree pattern as slings, true nigricolor does not. I wouldn't have any idea about the differences in adults though.
     
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  19. efmp1987

    efmp1987 Arachnosquire Active Member

    Which species rank as the smallest? Ultramarinus probably is #1. I like my Ts on the smaller side - I would probably go with species that max out at 7.
     
  20. efmp1987

    efmp1987 Arachnosquire Active Member

    How black is P. grandis?