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It is my old EOS 1Ds MkIII, with 100mm macro and MT-24EX micro twin light. The combination I use for all the shots you see here. :)
Yep, I think so. No changes at all, and no sign of mites. I think she was not very well cared for, but apparently these 'wounds' do not seem...
I have put her in a dry enclosure with paper towels, a hide, and a water bowl to observe what happens during the next days. Thanks for the...
Climate change is one thing that occurs in terms of geologic time, global climate shifts have occurred many times during Earth history. However,...
Hi. I just picked up an adult female Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens and after arriving home I noticed this kind of 'bubbles' or 'droplets' in the...
A beauty... And an eating machine.
Cyriocosmus elegans, adult female.
My new Poecilotheria metallica, female.
Psalmopoeus cambridgei, female saying hello from her home :P
My usually calm (and eternally hungry) female L. parahybana did the same the other day, and for some reason she was very angry with me, rearing up...
Beautiful one, yep. Congrats :)
Neholothele incei female, first steps in her definitive enclosure.
If you want a big NW terrestrial that eats every time you offer food, has personality without the agressive nature of e.g. Phormictopus, is...
Phormictopus cancerides juvenile. First feeding after moult. Love the agressive hunting mode of this genus. :)
I don't think so. Phobias are not dependant on Knowledge. I am myself biologist, zoologist and have been around animals all my life, and I was...
Same female than in the previous picture, this time a more standard composition. Always munching...
Ceratogyrus meridionalis, female.