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Apollo Justice's picture thread

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by Apollo Justice, Jan 11, 2012.

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    I figured I'd start a thread of my T's

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    My freshly molted Avicularia braunshauseni eating a freshly molted roach

    Pseudhapalopus Sp blue (male)
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    cyriocosmus ritae
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    GBB (mature female)
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    More to come!


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  2. Formerphobe

    Formerphobe Arachnoking Arachnosupporter

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    Tell me about this species, please. Very handsome!
    (Oops, sorry, I think I got a little drool on the picture...)
     
  3. To be completely honest I don't know a whole lot about them. What I do know is that they are a dwarf Sp only get about 3"-3.5" males lose the blue rump at maturity. They like it a little on the humid side. And I'll be breeding them as soon as me male matures. Lol


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  4. Formerphobe

    Formerphobe Arachnoking Arachnosupporter

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    I'll keep an eye out for you posting about egg sacs and babies. :)
     
  5. matt82

    matt82 Arachnoknight

    Great selection of T's so far, the dwarf species are really catching my interest lately... that A. braunshauseni is colouring up nicely :) Ditto on the above comments on Pseudhapalopus Sp blue, amazing.
     
  6. Thank you!
    My wife hates the dwarf Sp. Lol but they are really fun


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  7. Formerphobe

    Formerphobe Arachnoking Arachnosupporter

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    You just like to make me slobber on my keyboard, don't you? LOL Nice collection!
     
  8. Just got home to find not 1, not 2, but 4 of my T's in very heavy premolt
    My Brachypelma angustum, Lasiodora itabunae, Lasiodora klugi, and one of my Xenethis Sp blue all look like they're going molt with in the next few day.
    And to top it off I just checked one of my Avicularia diversipes molted! It's going to be a good week! I'll take pics as soon as I can :)


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  9. Ashbosh

    Ashbosh Arachnopeon

    Loving your collection Sir. Stunning.


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  10. matt82

    matt82 Arachnoknight

    Those Ts got some major junk in the trunk!! I love the C .ritae, what size is it in that photo?

    cheers
     
  11. Rob1985

    Rob1985 Arachnodemon Old Timer

    Very nice collection. I wish I had taken more pictures of my collection when it was at it's peak back on '06.