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You're burning up!
You're getting colder!
I'm sure this I'd still too small to really tell I thought I would try. I feel uncertain for sure. Any one have an idea?
Best guess at least 5" DLS but i can't remember the last time i actually saw the spider... :/
This was sold to me as Neoholothele incei. I don't know what it is, but I'm pretty sure what it's not.
Young incei have a light patch at the end...
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Eating a tiny horn worm.
P. cambridgei just hanging out,this guy has gone from 1" to 4" in 9 months
Juvenile, around 3 inches legspan. Thanks!
Out and about. I'm going to be moving them (I have two of these little beauties <3) into a more suitable arboreal setup once they've got a bit of...
First feed with me. 2nd instar sling.
Second photo, same spider
She definitely wants to keep her molt.
Shortly after flinging her roach bolus into the water dish, Squirt climbed down and took a drink.