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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by MrDeranged, Jan 14, 2004.
Hey man. Do you still have a B. klaasi?
B.emilia ♀ subadult female
Brachypelma klaasi subadult female ♀
0.1 Brachypelma emilia
Great photos - Brachyphelma's have always been my favorite!
6.75" Mature Male Brachypelma vagans / molt date 8-31-16 / This beast needs a date !!!
1.0 Brachypelma smithi
Brachypelma smithi vs. Brachypelma auratum by mygale, auf Flickr
Brachypelma emilia- female
Brachypelma emilia sling.
Woo-hoo! Found my first obvious sling exuvia and a relatively freshly spruced-up albopilosum (one of four that I have). This guy is probably 6th or 7th instar (got them late Sept/16, April 2016 hatch), spent most of the time buried and has nearly doubled in size, making the head-crushed meal worms disappear on a regular basis. I hadn't seen the beast since I initially housed it. I had to re-house about a week and a half ago, (Way too much mold growth - but that's another story - now I've got the humidity right and have introduced isopods) and noticed how plump, brown, naked and ugly it was in premolt - no wonder it was hiding from view. On Saturday checked underneath it's artificial leaf hide and behold, it wasn't buried!
Freshly molted 1.25 inch Brachypelma emilia sling.
Brachypelma baumgarteni- Immature male
can someone help me here? i buy this t as a b. sabulosum
My Smithi gal.
Aw man shes a beauty
Smith's are stunners. Wish I could take the credit but nature has to once again.
AF Brachypelma albopilosum
Female juvenile Brachypelma vagans