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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by ArachnoJoost, Jun 26, 2003.
C. cyaneopubescens at 1 inch:
My new little one climbing into its enclosure and drinking water right away, poor thing. This is the second spider I have gotten from a pet store who went straight to the water dish after being re-housed, idk why so many stores don't water them!
Took a couple of pictures of my female while she was eating a roach.
Here's a pic of my GBB juvie before and after its last molt.
I went to my first reptile expo yesterday and came home with this jewel, a sexed female to boot! Better pics to come when she gets settled a bit.
This is Terra. More than half of the species of T's we have keep themselves hidden in their enclosures (P. irimina, C. versicolor, etc.). So happy that our C. cyaneopubescens enjoys being out and visible as she is truly a beauty to watch!