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My little dude, Brutus, just reached the three years mature milestone. He has slowed down a lot over the last few months, so I don't think he'll...
It's nice to get a look from a vantage point every once in a while I guess...
Tiny fella finally in appropriate enclosure. I never expected legs to show signs of coloration at such small size. It's roughly 1.5-2cm DLS
I don't condone handling, but this species has some specimens that allow for it. Very rarely have I handled a T, and even more so one bigger than...
Caught Midas peeking out of his hide and got his good side, haha. Loving this little one.
This little one munching a mealworm on top of mini water dish, previously full with substrate and then emptied by the same small spood. (G....
Is this a male?
Already owning her new home! Gonna wait three days for them to adjust before first feeding. But I just can't take my eyes off this little one.
Went to my first ever reptile convention with one of my good friends. Came back with some new tarantulas! This is my new G. pulchripes sling. So...
Protecting her dirty water dish with her life.
2" Harpactira pulchripes.
Correct side facing up! Probable Grammostola pulchripes, not Eupalestrus campestratus.
Suspected Grammostola pulchripes.
Is this what I think it is: an Eupalaestrus campestratus?
H. Pulchripes 1.5 inches (Feeding on medium cricket)
She molted beside her flipped water dish. Her molt was a little over 3'' but she doesn't seem much bigger than before. But anyways she is gorgeous...
Grammostola Pulchripes. I’m thinking female just want some clarification.. thanks!
Even closer look.
H pulchripes updated photo for a better look, M or F in your opinion?