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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by billopelma, Jun 27, 2006.
Euathlus truculentus - Mature Male
Euathlus sp. Yellow - Mature Male
Euathlus truculentus - Adult Female
Just picked up this little cutey yesterday... will get better pics... was sold as "chilean gold tarantula" (lol...) lady on phone first said it was a "new river" really??? anyways... picked the little one up for $21.00
I'm guessing its a Euathlus sp. "red" ? From the pics it looks like males and females are the same size... guess i will wait for a molt to sex
here is another pic... i hope shes a girl <3
For sure, I'd say Euathlus sp. red. They're such a pretty species.
Young 1.1 of Euathlus sp. yellow, about 2-2,5 cm body length.
Lef: female, right: male
E pulcherrimaklaasi molted a few days earlier
E. sp Red adult female
I also have a sp Yellow but its a sling, and doesn't show any real colors yet. Will update though
2 inch female
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Which species is this? I have a male and need to find a female
Anastasia doesn't use the boards much so I will answer for her. The spider in her picture is Euathlus sp."Blue" sometimes incorrectly sold as Euathlus pulcherrimaklaasi. I must ask, you have a male of what species? What does the male you have to do with Anastaia pic?
It may mistaken identity but I thought this male might be the same species
Can you tell me which species it is?
It looks like a Paraphysa parvula.
Kinda had that bought after looking at it. Super lame. But I did just pick up a few blue femurs and dwarf flame I'll take pics soon
Here are one of each of the new blue femurs and E. Sp. red? I just bought a few days ago. Got 4 blue and three red haven't really checked sexes yet but it looks like I have at leAst one pair of blue femurs
Euathlus sp. 'Green Femur Beauty'