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She took the shortcut through the water dish.
Came in today from Fear Not Tarantula's! She is defiantly pretty skittish but i'm sure after a few weeks of adjusting and a few feedings she'll be...
Squirt sits in this goofy position where she is spread out over the top of her log.
Squirt discovers a new hunting spot in her enclosure.
As soon as I started filling her water dish, she climbed into the dish and started drinking.
AF, look at her beady eyes lol.
My P. cambridgei "Beatrice" eating a roach (B. dubia nymph). She comes out only when she's hungry, so it's easy to feed her! The picture is taken...
Apparently not that keen on morioworms, this was right before it got dumped in the waterdish
and happily sat on her bark for a little
Beautiful P. cambridgei arrived today! Couldn't be happier with her
Little thing is so small, the camera cant focus on it. Almost worried the vial is too big.
Same T, maybe a little better lighting/focus? It was difficult to get my camera phone to focus properly through the curved plastic!
My lovely Psalmopoeus cambridgei gave me the opportunity of taking some ventral shots. I am thinking female?
Squirt, who was once a runt, is now every bit of 5", and she wants you to know it.
Squirt goes crazy for crinkling candy wrappers.
Fattened up this female quickly, hoping she molts soon and regenerates her lost palp.