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Genus Avicularia

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by MrDeranged, Jan 14, 2004.

  1. CEC

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    0.1 Avicularia rufa
    (Hobby juruensis)

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  2. CEC

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    0.1 Avicularia juruensis
    (Hobby urticans)

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  3. CEC

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    0.1 Avicularia merianae
    (Hobby sp. Tarapoto)

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  4. basin79

    basin79 Arachnoprince Active Member

    Adult female Caribena Versicolor. Still Avicularia to me.

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  5. CEC

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    Nice Pictures.
    Been waiting for this transition since 2011, About time they were called out... To the island Avicularia imposters, I say PEACE!


    0.1 Avicularia purpurea
    'Northern Type' (Colombia)

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  6. CEC

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    1.0 Avicularia merianae

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  7. CEC

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    Avicularia purpurea (sp. Ecuador) Adult Female

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  8. viper69

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    Now this is interesting....Another Avic that keeps the tiger striping into adulthood, like Minatrix?
     
  9. basin79

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    Caribena versicolor.


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  10. Perentie

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    My lone avic at the moment. Unfortunately never managed to get pics of my 1.0 Avicularia purpurea before I sent him out on loan.

    Avicularia braunshauseni 0.0.1
     

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  11. CEC

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    Yes, but it supposedly fades as she gets older. The males lose the abdominal striping after sling stage like any other purpurea which is interesting...

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  12. viper69

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    It fades, and the males lose it. Easy to ID then. So, sorta like minatrix, but not exactly.
     
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  13. Hellblazer

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    2" Avicularia avicularia
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  14. CEC

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    Avicularia merianae Adult Female

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  15. viper69

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    You've been trending towards the darker less bright Avics it seems lately...Or just what you have been photographing?
     
  16. CEC

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    Here ya go, Chris. ;)

    Avicularia variegata
    Adult Female
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  17. grayzone

    grayzone Arachnoking Active Member

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    Avicularia merianae 1.5"
     
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  19. grayzone

    grayzone Arachnoking Active Member

    This is the most chill sp of Avicularia ive ever seen and they eat like beasts.

    This should be molting here pretty soon. Just rehoused it before this photo
     
  20. Ghost56

    Ghost56 Arachnobaron Active Member

    Surprised it didn't start molting on your hand... lmao. That things about to pop.
     
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