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User FlyKiwiFly's tarantula pics :)

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by FlyKiwiFly, Mar 12, 2018.

  1. FlyKiwiFly

    FlyKiwiFly Arachnopeon

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    My female A. geniculata and male L. parahybana, there will be some close up photos and from others Ts but my phone camera is pretty bad waiting for brother to come with his phone :D

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  2. FlyKiwiFly

    FlyKiwiFly Arachnopeon

    B. hamorri suspect female

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  3. FlyKiwiFly

    FlyKiwiFly Arachnopeon

    H. maculata unsexed (finally got a decent pic, she is mostly hidden in her cork bark)

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  4. Tia B

    Tia B Arachnopigeon Arachnosupporter

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    What a beauty! Mine is still just a teeny little thing, probably only an inch. Can't wait till it gains size.
     
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  5. FlyKiwiFly

    FlyKiwiFly Arachnopeon

    Yes very pretty indeed, but don't let that pretty thing fool you, that speed tho :D
     
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  6. Tia B

    Tia B Arachnopigeon Arachnosupporter

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    Yup, mine teleports into hiding if I so much as breathe on its enclosure.
     
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  7. FlyKiwiFly

    FlyKiwiFly Arachnopeon

    C. cyaneopubescens a decent hairkicker as you can notice :)

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  8. Olan

    Olan Arachnobaron Old Timer

    Your H. mac is a female. Males never get the high contrast black and white appearance.
     
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  9. FlyKiwiFly

    FlyKiwiFly Arachnopeon

    I was assuming female, but I am always looking to confirm with moult, last time it was in bad shape and too ruined, hopefully I can confirm it now :D
     
  10. FlyKiwiFly

    FlyKiwiFly Arachnopeon

    A. geniculata enjoying a cricket
     
    Last edited: Mar 24, 2018
  11. Ungoliant

    Ungoliant Malleus Aranearum Staff Member

    Why the report card?
     
  12. FlyKiwiFly

    FlyKiwiFly Arachnopeon

    That ain't even mine lol, seems where i resized and uploaded pictures the address was swapped/deleted sry for that...
     
  13. Ungoliant

    Ungoliant Malleus Aranearum Staff Member

    You should try uploading them to the Arachnoboards gallery, so you never have to worry if your photo host will one day ban hotlinking unless you pay an exorbitant fee.

    How to upload images to Arachnoboards:
    1. In the top menu bar, click "Gallery."
    2. Select the relevant image category from the menu on the left.
    3. Click "Add Media" (near the upper-right corner).
    4. Select "Upload an image from your files" (should be selected by default).
    5. Click "Upload Image."
    6. Select the image file on your computer or phone.
    7. Add a title (preferably including the scientific species name) and description.
    8. Click "Save Media."

    How to embed images in forum posts:
    1. Open the image (in Arachnoboards) that you want to embed.
    2. Copy the code in "Share BB (With Thumbnail) Code" or "Share BB GALLERY Code." (Both of these options allow the user to click the image for a link to the source.)
    3. Paste the code where you want the image to be in your forum post.


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    "Share BB GALLERY Code" results in a large preview with a link to the original:
     
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  14. Mvtt70

    Mvtt70 Arachnobaron

    Beautiful species, and yours is no exception. Trying to keep my potent OW collection to a minimum but I'll probably get one someday... :D
     
  15. FlyKiwiFly

    FlyKiwiFly Arachnopeon

    Mine isn't agressive, it is defensive and fast as lightning xD I don't handle my Ts and when rehousing or changing substrate I am very cautios so I am unlikely to have bad expirience with any of the tarantulas tbh my biggest problem is my parahybana and GBB hairkicking at every oportunity which can iritate me quite a bit :) Deff glad to have this beauty in my collection :)
     
  16. FlyKiwiFly

    FlyKiwiFly Arachnopeon

    A. geniculata enyoing a cricket :p



     
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  17. Mvtt70

    Mvtt70 Arachnobaron

    I've got both of those species however they're still small, hopefully they don't get to be massive hair kicks when they grow up lol.
     
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  18. FlyKiwiFly

    FlyKiwiFly Arachnopeon

    Haven't posted in a while so just to freshen it up :)

    C. cyaneopubescens (male)
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    A. geniculata (female)
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    L. parahybana (suspect male)
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    H. maculata (female)
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    C. darlingi (unsexed)
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    B. schroederi (suspect female)
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    A. geniculata (unsexed)
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    C. cyaneopubescens (unsexed)
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    B. hamorii (suspect female)
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    C. huahini (suspect male turned female yeay xD)
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    Jack I'll never let go....
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