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User Beedrill's Tarantula Pictures

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by Beedrill, Jun 4, 2018.

  1. Beedrill

    Beedrill Arachnoknight

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    I got some new babies at a local reptile show! One almost inch long B. albopilosum, and one G. pulchripes. Also my Brandon's Mysterious Brown Tarantula (Fear Not Tarantulas) molted while I was away on vacation, and it's starting to very faintly show its adult coloration on the legs!

    IMG_4289[1].JPG B. albopilosum
    Had them labeled as "Honduran Curly Hair," so I assume they are the Hobby Type and not the newer Nicaraguan sub-breed.

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    G. Pulchripes
    Also seems to be in pretty good pre-molt!

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    Brandon's Mysterious Brown Tarantula (No spoiling for others please - I know what the species is, but I think others might want to keep it a secret until they can form their own hypothesis)
    Just the most subtle hint of its eventual coloration on its legs.
     
  2. Beedrill

    Beedrill Arachnoknight

    Hey everybody,

    I used an old dissecting microscope to try and sex my Grammostola pulchripes molt yesterday and took a bunch of really cool pictures in the process. I just took quick snapshots with my phone, so they aren't professional grade or anything, but they look pretty neat. I just took pics of whatever I thought looked cool.

    Enjoy!

    Leg Setae:
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    Foot:
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    Leg Joint:
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    Shed Eye Casings:
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    and I'd be crazy if I didn't get a few shots of those beautiful fangs!
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  3. Teal

    Teal Arachnoking Active Member

    Those are awesome! Thanks for sharing!
     
  4. Enrgy

    Enrgy Arachnosquire Active Member

    like the quote too lol