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PostSubject: Any tips about C. Darlingi? (Horned baboon)   10/29/2012, 7:01 am

I got my 2.5 cm C darlingi yesterday.
How strong is her venom?
any experiences?
please share Smile

im still newbie Very Happy
and by the way Orange baboon looks cool, should i buy one????
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PostSubject: Re: Any tips about C. Darlingi? (Horned baboon)   10/30/2012, 12:20 pm

As far as tarantulas go, they have fairly strong venom. Which is to say, it'll hurt a lot if you get bit, nothing more.

Nothing special about their care.


You want a P. murinus?

Go for it man. They are stunning tarantulas.

Very aggressive though. Their nickname, the "OBT" can stand for two things.

1.) Orange Baboon Tarantuala

2.) Orange Bitey Thing

No special care with this one either.

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