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you can always use Platnick, its free ;-).
Listed in the moment are:
albospinosus Purcell, 1908....................South Africa
I need to correct you in one thing ;-): Sicarius terrosus is NOT from Africa, they are located in South- and Middle America: mf...
I think, this specimen really should be labeled as Sparassidae spec. ex Malaysia. And the reason is this and other reasons: In all...
you already know my opinion about this thread: Really nice :clap:
...so keep on doing this.
I think, at the moment this picture...
I have made a new pic of the paraguayan Phoneutria, just beautiful:
Yes, and the males (of C. getazi) look very nice, too ;-)
Hi, here is a older picture of a young P. nigriventer, did you mean white spots like these? (Stefan, if you mean these spots or markings,...
In my opinion, the pictures are simply too big ;-)
When we talk about Cupiennius, then I have actual pics too:
heres your backup ;-). Since we met us, there were no problem with raising these guys (no loss): They are well growing (approximately...
To keep these thread growing, heres a new picture.
Ok, Gordon ;-)
Here is a small movie for all people, that have not seen yet, how Sicarius terrosus dig. As you can see, the whole digging process...
I have changed the substrate (a dustier one) now, so I have a silver-Sicarius too ;-). Look at my older pictures and you see, how the...
really nice pics and the setup looks wonderful :clap:
I heard from keepers of this species, that the mating never ended in...
For size infos: read on the first page ;-)
it`s time for a little update:
In the moment I`m really busy with the...
Here`s a new picture of a fresh molted specimen.
Hi, I hope, you are not mad at me, because I thought, I can use your thread for posting a pic of my P. nigriventer ;-). I think this...
Here is a new picture, I took yesterday night, when Sicarius is active.
Nice thread. I have an actual shot for this thread, too...
In my opinion, its also important if the sand is dusty or not. I...
here`s the next pic, to show you the size difference between mother and child. Thats going to be some work :-)