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Species Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens ("GBB")

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by ArachnoJoost, Jun 26, 2003.

  1. ArachnoJoost

    ArachnoJoost Arachnobaron Old Timer

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    Just a few pics I would like to share with you! I really like the colouring of this species and the webbing is fantastic! I've had mine for about 2 and a half months now, and it molted twice, with an interval of a month and a few days, it's about 2 1/2" now, and beginning to get adult colours.
    Here is a pre-molt pic:
     
  2. ArachnoJoost

    ArachnoJoost Arachnobaron Old Timer

    A pic of the last molt, beautiful legs!
     
  3. ArachnoJoost

    ArachnoJoost Arachnobaron Old Timer

    ...And a post-molt pic, the carapace is turning green!
     
  4. ArachnoJoost

    ArachnoJoost Arachnobaron Old Timer

    ...now bug off with that camera, I'm eating!
    If you have pics of the cyanopubescens, pleas share 'em!
     
  5. Mendnwngs

    Mendnwngs Arachnosquire Old Timer

    Way cool.. Look at that massive webbing..

    My C. cyan is only like 1" or so I cant wait for it to start showing adult colors.

    Thanks for sharing.. Ill see if I can dig up one of my Cyan sling pics later..

    -Jason
     
  6. Static_69

    Static_69 Arachnobaron Old Timer

    I'm definitely going to have to buy myself one of these.
    Really nice T you have there Joost!





    Risto
     
  7. ACoopBB24

    ACoopBB24 Arachnosquire Old Timer

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    hey Joost does yours flick hairs?....cause mine does......and i was tranffering it to a larger enclosure today and it bit the pencil that i was getting it to move with..... the little bugger has attitude!....he/she is only like 1.5"-2";P
     
  8. ArachnoJoost

    ArachnoJoost Arachnobaron Old Timer

    Hey,
    My cyano rarely flicked hairs, but just after its molt I pulled out the exuvium from the container and it started rubbing its back like crazy! The T was still somewhat soft and moist, so it didn't release one hair, but I was amazed at his (or her) intentions...;)
    greetz,
    Joost
     
  9. rosehaired1979

    rosehaired1979 Arachnoking Old Timer

  10. LPacker79

    LPacker79 ArachnoSpaz Old Timer

    Here's my GBB after it's last molt. She's quite the hair flicker, I swear her hind legs go a mile a second. Too cute.

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  11. pronty

    pronty Haunting Spider Old Timer

    Those GBB's sure are pretty!

    My biggest female just turned over on her back a few minutes ago! It's 2:21 a.m. now so I'll probably get to see the molt when I wake up in the morning.
     
  12. arachnopunks

    arachnopunks Arachnobaron Old Timer

    Awww...I remember when I GBB was just getting her colors and tonight she just laid her first eggsack!!! I love this species. You will be glad you got those great pics when she is all big and blue and green!!

    -Jill
     
  13. pronty

    pronty Haunting Spider Old Timer

    When I woke up an hour ago, my GBB had already molted.
    Here are some webcam shots of her. Too bad that the webcam doesn't show the blue color well under fluorescent light...
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    Her molted skin
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    Molted skin with 1 Euro coin
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  14. pronty

    pronty Haunting Spider Old Timer

    Two more pics of her...

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  15. pronty

    pronty Haunting Spider Old Timer

    One more addition...
    If you have the DivX encoder, you can watch this little video clip...
    I had to tear open her web tunnel's roof to get the pics....

    GBB vid clip
     
  16. vulpina

    vulpina Arachnoprince Old Timer

    Beautiful pics everyone!! This is a great species to have!! Mine is around the 2 1/2"-3" range right now.

    Andy
     
  17. Immortal_sin

    Immortal_sin Arachnotemptress Old Timer

    this is one of my faves, even though it's out of focus!
     
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  18. Hi all...

    A collection of this fine spider would be pretty nifty... Also any pictures that give a scale reference would be most appreciated.

    I've posted one of mine with a scale reference. That mystical gold orb is one English Pound coin, joyous.

    Let me know if I'm out of line with the picture posting.... :}
     

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  19. Second scale picture. It's in the tank as it got out the tank whilst I was photoin and cheekily scaled the window and onto the roof... haha
     

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  20. Right... Time for some proper pictures :)
     

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