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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by aftershock, Jul 22, 2004.
VERY very nice indeed. :}
I'm just waiting for the same colurs as Ephebopus Cyan..., guess the blue will come after her next molt.
I didnt think they got much more blue(r) than this,I have never kept any Aphonopelma spp. Would the crinirufum get as much blue as Cromatopelma cyaneopubescens
No only the fangs, they get metallic blue!
that is very beautiful!!!! its a quite rare species here in the U.S.
Yo don't see them around here very often either.
Thats a wicked looking aphonopelma.
Where are they originally found (range)?
She is so gorgeous!! :} Are they a desert species or tropical?
NOW that is an amazing spider.
It's a tropical species and from what I've heard and read they are found in the area around Costa rica.
WOW, stunning blue.
Awesome looking T!!!
I think i'll be getting one soon.
Very nice picture's you've made !!
OMG my slings should become blueish!
Have to get rid of those immediately.
Too bad they grow so slow. Would be nice to see a bit their color before i get rid of them LOL Or then they are not even crinis...
Nice pics anyway.
I remember when swifty had these. Costa Rican Blue Fronts is what he sold them as. Nice looking spiders!
how much do they cost? it's definatly an aphonopelma that's on my want-list.
As of right now i dont think they are availible in the US
Did you provoke her to get into a threat display or are they that aggro? What other little idiosyncrasies that are different from your typical Aphonopelma ?