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"Chilean Rose Tarantulas are indeed wonderful pets! I only have 150 words to use...wanna learn something? 1. G. cala does exist, but not in the pet hobby, it is a different tarantula than G. rosea. ( Rick West) 2.The current (2008) correct taxon for the Chilean Rose is Grammostola rosea. The other scientific names no longer apply. 3. The correct common name for G. rosea is not Rose Hair, it is The Chilean Rose ( Stan Shultz, co-author of 'The Tarantula Keepers Guide") Btw, this book is a must-have for all tarantula lovers! Do a search for The American Tarantula Society Headquarters and join their message board. You'll really like it. Enjoy your tarantulas! Greenmanbacchus"
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