New Happenings in The Rumney T Room LLC!

We have been working on preparing specials and discounts for our subscribers!   If you have a minute, do stop by and take a look.  If you subscribe, you will be able to participate in our special offers and deals throughout the holidays! Thank you, Maxy, member of The Rumney.

Looking for MM Poechillotheria Metallica for these girls

The Rumney T Room is looking for mature male Poechillotheria Metallica (Gooty Sapphire) or two for some of the girls here.  Beautiful species and glorious in any collection.  Here are our two girls Neytiri and Jacque.

Meet Annie!

This is Annie, a very young juvie (not really sure of sex yet) who is/was a Brachypelma Annitha and now known as a Brachypelma Smithii.   The Smithii that was once known as a Smithii is now called a Brachypelma Hamorii….  looking forward to seeing how this one turns out!

The Pairings Have Started!

Pairings in the queue: Aphonopelma Chalcodes/Palomino Blond (hopefully w/3 girls) Brachypelma Emilia/Mexican Red Leg Grammastola Pulchipes/Chaco Golden Knee Grammastola Pulchra/Brazilian Black Grammastola Roses/Rose Hair Chromatopelma Cyaneopubescens/Green  Bottle Blue

Soon to be bred: Mexican Red Legs!

Mexican Red Leg 

(Brachypelma Emilia)

The Rumney T Room is happy to announce that we will be pairing our Brachypelma Emilia’s soon.  (After the pairing of our Palomino Blondes)  If you wish to reserve some slings in the future, do contact us!  Price TBA

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New! Acanthoscurria Antillensis

Antilles Pink Patch Acanthoscurria Antillensis Gentle, a tad skittish, this girl is a lovely addition to any collection.  These get about 5 inches.   From the Lesser Antilles, these like temperatures 76-85 degrees Fahrenheit and 65-75% humidity.  Terrestrial and love simple burrows. Asking $69.00

New items for sale in the T Room!

New Mexican Tarantula Brachypelma kahlenbergi These are new species of Brachypelma from Veracruz , Mexico.   They are almost entirely black and red, there is orange setae on the dorsal face of the opisthosoma. Terrestrial species,  gentle, (this one is unsexed at this time).  This is a relatively small member.

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