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Aphonopelma seemanni (BCF)
    • Androxian
      What a gorgeous color form, so pretty.
    • Androxian
      @The Grym Reaper do you notice that their carapace seems to get a duller color in premolt? It's hard for me to tell strictly from the abdomen on mine. It looks like there is a blackened spot developing on the top of the abdomen, as well as a sort of lighter color of the orange on the bottom developing on the rear of her abdomen. But her carapace is almost a grey color, as in it almost looks it's dried out to an extent, except near her eyes, it kind of looks like a fresh coat of black is beginning to show through. Here is a picture for reference, I will do my best to try and capture everything I described: https://imgur.com/a/wyB1Zyi
      If you look closely, you can almost see everything. Just curious on your input.
    • The Grym Reaper
      I've not really noticed as she rarely ventures outside of her burrow so sealing it up is as good a sign as I get, I had to coax her out just to get these pics.
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    • Androxian
      @The Grym Reaper Ahh, okay. Mine's the complete opposite, she never uses her burrow ever. I finally got her out of the terribly done enclosure and into a redone one that lets her walk the entire area inside with a burrow in the middle that goes down fairly deep. There's currently a cricket taking cover there but he's emerging as we speak, so he'll probably get whacked soon. But yeah, I wanted to encourage a fossorial setup with her current enclosure, but she never digs. Meanwhile my B. albo who used to always be out and about has become a pet hole and walled off her burrow. I hope she'll molt and then reemerge in all her fluffy glory.
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  • Category:
    Aphonopelma
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    The Grym Reaper
    Date:
    Aug 9, 2019
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