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Are those boxing gloves?
Rehoused Stryker so I thought I'd get a pic.
D diamantinensis 2"
This guy chills out (or warms up) atop his web canopy all day but takes down prey like nobody’s business. I hope he’s actually female because he’s...
Freshly moulted juvenile.
Notice anything amiss about this tarantula?
Wallflower, my mature male Dolichothele diamantinensis.
Is there no Dicilothele section?
Just because he is getting older doesn't mean he's stopped wandering in search of a female.
My laid back, always out AF - I've heard that type of behaviour is unusual.
Only have one. so far it acts more like an arboreal. Made a web tube midway first, to the top then finally to the bottom. Molted right on top...
A ventral image of my freshly matured male Dolichothele diamantinensis, which shows the palpal bulbs.
Wallflower, my male Dolichothele diamantinensis, matured three weeks ago and is finally venturing out of his retreat. It's time to find him a date!
Wallflower showing his fat butt.
"It's more afraid of you than you are of it." (He made this threat pose when I nudged his mealworm into this retreat. Two hours later, and he is...
Wallflower, my 2.25" male Dolichothele diamantinensis.
Wallflower molted four days ago, and ordinarily, I would use the exuviae, but the tarantula hid it from me, and I don't want to tear up the...