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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by MrDeranged, Jan 14, 2004.
Thank you @Venom1080
Adult Female #2
theres a green spider ^^^
Avicularia sp Peru purple
A versicolor mid molt
Same versicolor post molt after a few meals.
Avicularia minatrix - fresh moult adult female
Avicularia Diversipes - adult female
Avicularia versicolor - juvenile female
A. versicolor juv. 1/8 by mygale, auf Flickr
A. versicolor juv. 2/8 by mygale, auf Flickr
A. versicolor juv. 7/8 by mygale, auf Flickr
A. diversipes 1/7 by mygale, auf Flickr
A. diversipes 2/7 by mygale, auf Flickr
A. diversipes 3/7 by mygale, auf Flickr
Avicularia versicolor Adult Female
I caught this one drinking from it's water dish the other day.
AF Avicularia rickwesti
Avicularia urticans Adult Female
Avicularia sp. "Amazonica" (Manaus) Sling
Why do some diversipes have a pink-ish carapax and others a green-ish? Is it age?
Yes, age and being fresh from molt determines color.
Admins need to make Ybyrapora, Caribena and Antillena threads now that they're not considered Avicularia.
0.1 Avicularia avicularia morphotype #6
1.1 Avicularia variegata
(Hobby sp. Amazonica)