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Good to see the little monsters are suiting you well Brendon.
Very attractive assassins, thanks for sharing
cool cheshire, I hope it's doing well for you.
If sold as a sling and not a juvinile, why then is this so called Lasiodora not alot smaller? looks very much like Theraphosa to me.
That's really interesting:D
even though you don't hold your photography skills in the highest regard, beautiful shots nonetheless. You've got some wonderful bugs...
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Congratulations Oliver, this is wonderful news.
It's wonderful to see so much Developement with your Phoneutria Stefan and thank you for keeping us posted. I do appreciate such information and...
Very informative read :)
1st= H. arizonensis
2nd= A. amoreuxi
yep definitely looks like multiple breaks in the exoskelaton. Is he an achomplished climber?
Awesome news Oliver, I'm happy to see your efforts have already come to fruitation. Any chance you'll be sending these to our side of the pond?:D
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I think the main problem is a lack of young specimens on the market. Most are wild caught adults that are most likely towards the end of their...
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Way to go Oliver! I look forward to reading this one!
very nice shots. :)
Nice drawing morda, I think if you lengthened the legs from the patella down on the next drawings you'll get more of a foreshortened look....
very pretty Africans you have.