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Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by basin79, Dec 14, 2016.
Got some pics of this gorgeous lass (Grammostola iheringi) in her new clothes. She was such a good model she got paid a cricket.
What a difference downsizing this lasses enclosure has made. From never seeing her out to her being on view pretty much every night and morning.
My H.mac lass was out. Not hungry so guessing she'd been out for a sup in preparation for new clothes.
Do you see the meerkat/teddy bear?
Had to grab some pics too.
As mentioned on the youtube vid for the P. ornata feed: http://arachnoboards.com/threads/poecilotheria-ornata-sexual-dimorphism.280879/
Get in!!!!!!!!!! Thank you very much.
Whilst it's not pretty tarantulas do kill to survive.
Gutted and not gutted all at the same time. I finally managed to open my Poecilotheria subfusca lowland's enclosure with her bolting into her cork bark tube. But I couldn't get behind my camera to grab some pics so I had to resort to holding my camera with an outstretched arm and using the automatic focus.
It let me down. Managed to get 3 pics. Non good but this 1 was the best of a bad bunch.
My lass has been busy doing some home improvements.
Got some pics of this gorgeous lass.
The locusts really make a satisfying crunch.
I like how your Chilobrachys threat-posed at its food and then ate it anyway.
Plus tarantulas seem to kill locusts really quick. That's nice so they don't suffer like some crickets tend to.
My Chilobrachys fimbriatus is a little star.
It was only when I got the pic of my Poecilotheria ornata that I realised her carapace look like moss close up. My Poecilotheria tigrinawesseli was out and sure enough she's the same.