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Species Acanthoscurria geniculata

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by WhyTeDraGon, Nov 29, 2004.

  1. WhyTeDraGon

    WhyTeDraGon Arachnoprince Old Timer

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  2. WayneT

    WayneT Arachnoangel Old Timer

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    Awww....mine looks just like that! They are SO cute at that size! Need to take some pics!
     
  3. WhyTeDraGon

    WhyTeDraGon Arachnoprince Old Timer

    yes you do, Wayne! You need to take more pics PERIOD :D Your pics are always so great, im sure everyone would love to see more!

    Not to mention im kinda missin' my Aphono-girlies! Would love to see how they are doing! :D

    ~Crystal
     
  4. ccpizza

    ccpizza Arachnopeon

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    I like!!!

    Those are some awesome photos. Thanks for posting them. So is that after about two molts?
     
  5. WhyTeDraGon

    WhyTeDraGon Arachnoprince Old Timer

    Yep, I think that was after 2 molts. One while being in my care. The others haven't grown so drastically, though. This one just blossomed :D
     
  6. xanadu1015

    xanadu1015 Arachnobaron Old Timer

    She took all day and I mean allll daaay to moult. Not to mention that she waited weeks to get started. But she finally moulted and it was fascinating to watch. Most of the T's in this house do it over night or when or we can't see. But Marge decided to throw modesty and dignity to the four winds and show everyone how it is done. I always thought she was a girl, but after looking at her moult, I am 100% sure she is a female. She's such a great T too. Thought I would share the pics of this event.



    Laura
     
  7. xanadu1015

    xanadu1015 Arachnobaron Old Timer

    Now here's the moult...

    Took pictures of the moult as well.



    Enjoy,
    Laura
     
  8. xanadu1015

    xanadu1015 Arachnobaron Old Timer

    Enough of the close-ups

    Here is a picture of the whole thing..



    Laura
     
  9. becca81

    becca81 Arachnoemperor Old Timer

    Congrats!

    I like how it seems she molted on a nice, cozy leaf :)
     
  10. xanadu1015

    xanadu1015 Arachnobaron Old Timer

    The weird part is that she made a web mat this time when she never did in the past. She made herself a nice cozy spot to moult on.



    Laura
     
  11. KJE

    KJE Arachnoangel Old Timer

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    Great pictures! I'll have to tell my mom that someone named their tarantula after her. My mom's name is Margie. Not too common around here!
     
  12. shogun804

    shogun804 Arachnogeneral Old Timer

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    is that a seally posteurpedic it molted on...and i thought my bed was comfortable...thats one of the coolest molting mats ive seen. congrats on the molt and sweet looking T.
     
  13. xanadu1015

    xanadu1015 Arachnobaron Old Timer

    Thanks! She is beautiful.....I can't wait for her to fully stretch herself out so I can see a difference in size. She really did make quite a web mat. I never gotten a chance to document a moult by pictures before so this was fun! Having a good camera helps too.



    Laura
     
  14. manville

    manville Arachnoking Old Timer

    very nice A genic!
     
  15. xanadu1015

    xanadu1015 Arachnobaron Old Timer

  16. FryLock

    FryLock Banned

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    Hehe She did not "hair" the mat much or any from what i can see, i find if there undisturbed for a long time before moulting they don’t seem to feel the need to do it.
     
  17. cricket54

    cricket54 Arachnoangel Old Timer

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    This species is just so neat. I got her at a reptile show last winter and she was about 2 or 3 inches in size. I have never seen a full grown A. geniculata so I am wondering if she is near full size now. The leaf in the genital opening is just so prominent with this tarantula that there is no missing it is a female.
    She is still sitting completely still in the same spot she was in last night which conserns me a little. She must be so exhausted! My husband sits and watches this one the most. He was telling me that he found it facinating to watch the hairs pop up on her abdomen as they were drying. Sounds like my friend's husband watching his newborn son blinking because he didn't know they had eyelashes at birth. It is sure great that he has gotten so interested in our tarantulas lately. :)

    Sharon
     
  18. xanadu1015

    xanadu1015 Arachnobaron Old Timer

    Hey Mom,

    Just keep working on him a little longer and we'll have him gung ho before we know it! lol



    Laura
     
  19. ChrisNCT

    ChrisNCT ChrisinTennessee Arachnosupporter

    Hello. I went downstairs to take some pics and noticed there were two A. genics in the cage. It molted some time in the night. Anyways..I was trying out a new dig. cam and thought I'd share the pic. I think the pic is very pleasing to look at..I am using it as my desktop background.
     
  20. It sure is, wow what a great looking T, very nice :)