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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
~3.5" female Grammastola pulchripes first threat posture
Female ~2.5" Augacephalus ezendami or "Mozambique Baboon".
My little Hamorii out and about, wandering around. Its been at least 4 days since molt so they should be hardened up.
Y. diversipes sling
C. versicolor post molt.
My B.Hamorii has got a darkered rump spot.
Guess what that means!?!?!
226 perfectly healthy slings.
I gave my B.Hamorii a very tiny mealworm. Walked over it and attacked it twice from when I watched it.
Hopefully it's hungry today.
Kidding... Actually a very awesome little 1 in. Harpactira pulchripes sling. But he's made so many burrow openings that I never know where he's...
Picked this sling up from a local pet shop yesterday still labeled "A. versicolor".
Why should adults get all of the love? Post your favorite sling photos here.
freshly molted male Acanthoscurria geniculata (Genicula)