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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by GoTerps, Nov 1, 2004.
Here's my young female Avicularia purpurea. Let's see yours!!
hey man that is an awsome looking T how big???? got to love avics....
Let's assume he is neither a giant nor a dwarf, and then use his HAND for comparison. I'm gonna be bold and say between 3 and 3.5".
well, we don't have her anymore, but here's another pic. Can't get enough of the purple!
thanks for the tip...rourke
Just doin' my job, Mr. pinktoes, just doin' my job......
Oh, and btw, WELCOME aboard!!
omg those things r teh sexy i want 1. nice pics, guys
hey thanks and believe me my T's are much happier now that i have access to so many knowledgeable people....thanks
I just love the dark purple color on it...very attractive
Oh wow! Beautiful deep colours!
Hey, a ? for the photographers. Did you guys just use the built-in flash? Any other ambience lightings?
Here it my freshly molted A. purpurea, and it's really blue!!!!! I believe it will become more purpleish in a short time, but right now it's just stunningly blue.
Yes, I did use a built-in flashlight , but the bolors on the picture is NOTHING like the colors it shows in sunlight! :clap:
<~~I'm turning green! So jealous!! What an incredible animal!
Oh la la!!!!
Just the built-in.
Nice spider Laila!
I just picked up a .5" A. Purpurea this past weekend, seeing these pics just makes me even happier, can't wait for my little T to get a bit bigger!
Man! I want one of those! that is just absolutely gorgeous!
And PS: everyone here is killing me.. I told myself one T... then I got my B. Smithi.. Now I have an extra tank and am looking for a new T to fill it.. And its all your faults!!!!
i really want an Avic P now what a sweet looking T i had no clue that get that blue green color after a molt.....