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Gorgeous girl stayed put while I took some photos of her last night. That's very unusual of her.
One of my favorites
Adult female Davus pentaloris nicknamed Lily.
Sorry I imaged the wrong part earlier.
What do I have here? Really inexperienced in sexing tarantulas.
Thanks in advance.
Still only a 4cm legspan so difficult to see, and focus with my phone. I think male but the microscope image seems to show a flap. What do you think?
Not a new species. Just a balding rump in premolt.
After initally disapperaing for a month, now she is one the most visable T's I have. I see her out every two days at least, and she never runs...
I think I may see a flap, but I'm really not sure. Might be wishful thinking on my part. I really want to call him/her Morticia.
0.1 Davus pentaloris
Got two of the tiniest out of 8 of them. D. Pentaloris
The underside of my new juvenile Davus Pentaloris.
D. pentaloris out and about. A rare sight, since I only see her about once every few weeks.
this was the abdomen before molting
Going into premolt soon. Very big rump but still fast moving
Tiger Rump sling attacked a larger size cricket. Really a fearless beauty.
Help is this a molt the strands are cocofiber