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Genus Chilobrachys

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by heering80, Jul 22, 2005.

  1. heering80

    heering80 Arachnoknight Old Timer

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    I was looking for info on my new C. "burmensis" sling and noticed that there's no thread for genus Chilobrachys. So let this be it.

    I'd greatly appreciate it if someone could post some pics of their beasts and the heavy webbing that these spiders are said to lay.

    -Riku-
     
    Last edited: Jul 22, 2005
  2. Lampropelma

    Lampropelma Arachnopeon

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    0.1 Chilobrachys fimbriatus in her white webbing

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    Regards,
    Sabine
     
  3. insectoman

    insectoman Arachnosquire Old Timer

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    Hello,

    here is somme picture of Chilobrachys :

    andersoni :

    female :
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    male :
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    fimbriatus :

    male :
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    mating :
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    Best regards
    Benoît
     
  4. brgn

    brgn Arachnosquire Old Timer

    fimbriatus:
     

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  5. CedrikG

    CedrikG Arachnoking Old Timer

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    Chilobrachis fimbriatus

    Awesome little fella, cant wait for them to grow up

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    already doing some nice environment
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  6. Awesome! I just picked up one of these guys over the weekend, just about the size of yours. Can't wait to see it grow up.
     
  7. vulpina

    vulpina Arachnoprince Old Timer

    Great spider, I have 2 of these, simply Awesome!!!



    Andy
     
  8. CedrikG

    CedrikG Arachnoking Old Timer

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    how big ? did you got them when they were sling ? if yes, are they slow grower ?
     
  9. siucfi

    siucfi Arachnobaron Old Timer


    They grow pretty quick, I bought mine in june I think and it was maybe .75in and now it is easily 1.5in and showing awsome color these really are a great species.:clap:
     
  10. brachy

    brachy Arachnobaron Old Timer

    Hi
    I have got some of these very nice species. I bought they of the same kind fiolas than yours. This babyes is very very fast :eek: . The murinus is snail to fimbratus.{D . Very nice spec.I now feed they whid baby tessalata roach.
     
  11. Bearo

    Bearo Arachnobaron Old Timer

    Hi..
    Chilobrachys

    Why dont you have just one thread and post all your pictures in that one, or post in the Genus threads? its much easier for all of us ;)
     
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  12. CedrikG

    CedrikG Arachnoking Old Timer

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    but its not gona be for those who use the Searsh option for a precise species
     
  13. Bearo

    Bearo Arachnobaron Old Timer

    ok, is it for us that click on your threads to look at your pictures? because it would be easier for us to just scroll down instead of going in to all the threads..
     
  14. CedrikG

    CedrikG Arachnoking Old Timer

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    yeah but in some month's when the tread will be in page 5-6-7 ... the newbie who wants to see a nhandu chromatus will find it without a problem, and this one only, instead of looking at a total collection, with in the middle a nhandu chromatus

    thats what I was thinking to do, maybe im wrong to
     
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  15. Bearo

    Bearo Arachnobaron Old Timer

    aahh ok, so your making a specie thread just like the genus threads?
     
  16. CedrikG

    CedrikG Arachnoking Old Timer

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    exactly, ppl can add their own specimen from this species only, soo we can see different picture of this species, at different size... much less trouble this way , just my opinion :) :D
     
  17. Bearo

    Bearo Arachnobaron Old Timer

    ok.. its not that obvius ;) maby you could name the subject to "Specie Chilobrachys fimbriatus" or something..

    Here's mine, subadult female, newly molted:
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  18. CedrikG

    CedrikG Arachnoking Old Timer

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    yah I think ur right, for the futur i'll do it

    nice specimen btw
     
  19. matty J

    matty J Arachnosquire Old Timer

    If mine would ever come out I'd take a picture too. I'm assuming its alive since the crickets always disappear. haha. Oh well I'll keep wishin. Thats a nice one though!!!
     
  20. brigebane

    brigebane Arachnoprince Old Timer

    Juvinile C. fimbriatus taking a meal. I love this spider
     

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