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jcopela3
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PostSubject: Giant Desert Hairy   2/1/2009, 12:15 am

man im stoked i cannot wait until i get my hadrurus Arizoneisis. lol I hope they are a bit more active than my emps
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PostSubject: Re: Giant Desert Hairy   2/1/2009, 1:07 am

They are for the most part more active than Emperors. I have a couple that get out quite a bit, especially after tossing in a few crix. The first h. arizonensis I got hasn't been too active (I have yet to sex any of them, I have 3) but these last two that I got are more active. I rather like this species.

I think this one doesn't want to share its cricket. Smile



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PostSubject: Re: Giant Desert Hairy   2/1/2009, 6:10 am

Right on...glad you decided to get one. Nice pic Todd
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