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Great photos man!Hope you doing well! :D
Nice man!You got a girl ready for him?
Ornithoctonus sp."Koh samui"
Maybe they were Tapinauchenius?T.gigas are pretty red!
Hope you are doing well!Excellent photos thanks for sharing!I can only imagine how exciting this must of been!! :D
Also not sure if anyone has mentioned it here but DO not remove the spiderlings when they reach 2nd instar either!It is best to keep the offspring...
Great shot man!
Haplopelma sp."Bach ma"
Always nice to hear about the history of the hobby!It really has come along way!
Thanks for sharing Rick!
Very nice photos thanks for sharing!I really want to visit Borneo one day!!!
Nice!!I think the best photos of Idiothele mira I have seen!
I have what I believe is a pen-ultimate male now so maybe later this year??They were quite difficult to produce,would really like to get them...
Lol yah I might need to order more soon!!Either that or clean the 2000 or so dirty ones I have laying around haha!
Some mating photos!
Not sure of her exact leg span but if I had to guess prob right around 5".This spider is not the "big/black" variety we have been seeing...
It's been a while since I have added to this thread!!Where do I begin haha!
Here's some adult females to get things rolling!!
Look forward to hearing bout these new species!
That's really interesting about the growth rate and its effects being altered by mating the females!Never knew that!I haven't noticed...