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Such an adorable sling. I am absolutely infatuated with this little one. Now, go and eat your cricket.
Caught Midas peeking out of his hide and got his good side, haha. Loving this little one.
One of 5 new slings I received.
One of my two P. metallica slings has been eating VERY well... Let's hope a molt is coming soon lol
As most people noticed, I don't often post pictures of slings because they are mainly generic and mostly look alike. So here's a picture of half...
my caribena versicolor sling, "Majora"
Trying my hand at macro photography, and my little sp. fire sling was the perfect candidate. ♥
0.0.1 C. versicolor a couple weeks post-molt
Caught this sling with its legs stretched out a little so I broke out the camera again. More pics to come!
Unsexed C. versicolor sling post-molt.
Female P. auratus from Fear Not Tarantulas.
What a lovely surprise to return to after a long day at school
My Brachypelma Vagans, Big Man with a ruler. I'm guessing about 3/4 of an inch or close to an 1 inch!
He decided to close up his burrow today and...
So there was a small accidental fall of the container and my poor Brachypelma hamorii seemed to get the worst.
RIP young one, I'm so terribly...
Molting pic of my unsexed Pamphobeteus sp. "South Ecuador II" ~2.5".
Post-molt pic of my female Lasiodora parahybana who molted this morning 5/26/18
My unsexed Y. diversipes sling eating a small cricket.
Unsexed Acanthoscurria geniculata sling ~2".
Unsexed Caribena versicolor sling ~1.5".
B. albo female molted this morning