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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by The Grym Reaper, Mar 20, 2017.
That’s one way to groom, I see.
Just a bit of yoga while eating dinner...
My E.pachypus pulls this kind of stunt too. Shoots my heart rate up instantly because it looks so painful and makes me think she is broken or something
Droopy butt from the top of the deli cup (P. tigrinawesseli)
So this P. cambridgei is the leader of the droops and the butts and the combinations therein, within my collection.
That being said, what is it even trying to do here?
Nice pic !
'Not today, gravity...not today.'
That carrot was for the roach, not you!
My Poecilotheria fasciata is constantly laying flat, on the very top of its cork bark.
The other 3 Poecilotheria slings wasted no time in making web hammocks/dirt curtains and they all hang out vertically, well, like normal arboreal tarantulas.
Except the fasciata, who apparently prefers to do things in it's own... "unique" way.
It even molted and finally did some webbing, but it still just lays up on top all the time like a total weirdo. It reminds me of squirrels resting in the heat of summer, just flattened along a tree branch.
Here it is again in all of its fat premolt glory.
We have too many tarantulas to bother naming them all but this one earned the nickname of Derp.
My ornata likes to hang upside down from the lid of its tub, like a big bark-coloured hammock.
Ha! I haven't seen my ornata since the day I brought her home. If it weren't for the tips of her toes poking out of her cork tube, I would be convinced she's nothing more than a figment of my imagination. Oh, but she has no trouble making it out and about to crap all over the glass. Such a majestic, beautiful genus.
not the best photo but my L.P really loves it's hide. He/she got pretty big with the last molt. Needs a good rehouse.
Storm partaking in a spot of planking
Just preventing a head rush
This girl is a bit weird.