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Its the color of setae around the mouth parts so not blood (hemolymph) circulation youre seeing....
Nice shots Robert! Welcome to the hobby
Poor girl....I have the worst luck with this species. I bought her as a confirmed adult female Avicularia purpurea about 2 years ago and shortly...
That post/pic was back in January they were all sold locally by the end of that month. My female has molted and I have a MM ready for...
Just wait till he matures, one of the more stunning MM's out there
There are quite a few add D. diamantinensis to the list
Looks to be a baby millipede they are born with only a few segments and get a new one each molt.
@PanzoN88 your inbox is full.........cant message you
Keep them the same as any other Harpactira species, for size they are smaller 3.5-4" or so MM's are 2-2.5". I haven't had the opportunity to have...
Its about time you dusted this thread off.
B. angustum was reclassified as Sericopelma angustum.
One of my Favorite terrestrials molted recently, cant wait to get a look at more than the molt as she seems to have put on some size visually...
Have any idea which video?
Thank you good sir your turn. Pretty female about 5.5-6"
SHHHH!!! its a secrete LOL
3 strikes and your OUT! LOL not even the correct genus
OK here is one
It must be effecting you a bit :rolleyes::rolleyes: cuz you aint @Blue Jaye :p:p