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Great shots eddy ;)
P.lugardi are rarely bred in captivity, most are wild caught and can often be gravid, eggsac production can be triggered (in my experience) by a...
Augacephalus sp (Mozambiqie) :D
If they are coming out of Tanzania i would doubt them to be C meridionalis, more likely as has already been said to be P.chordatus, but on the off...
Thanks, a Fuji S9500......
Early Nov 2006 mated and kept at around 85F
Not a lot of interest here in this great sp :? :confused:
but here's an update anyway.
latest development, a few N2's have now moulted into...
I pulled a 15 day Ceratogyrus meridionalis eggsac :D this is from the
largest male i have ever seen.
................... :rolleyes: :shame: ;) :shame: :shame: :shame: :rolleyes: .................
I believe you are correct, here are pics of my "A.caniceps"
it's good to see that the posts here about a person / their ideas! are about as informed as many of the spider posts i read here :?
nice pics :)
C.crawshayi is just about grown up by then ;)
I'm not sure what you mean ;)
Nice pics, i think all the specimens in the 1st post of this thread are A.junodi, you will be unlikely to have any males until one of the w/c...
Could it be a male depositing sperm on his sperm web? i have been asked many times about T's being stuck under a web, and 9 out of 10 times it was...
which would you buy of the following list.
orange bitey thing
usumbara orange baboon
red starburst baboon
here's a couple of Brachypelma spermathecae taken ventrally
I am aware of some common names but OBT is not one of them ;)
It's been P.murinus a lot longer, ever since it was stopped being called P.spinifer i believe ;) that preceeds OBT :wall: