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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by shogun804, Feb 1, 2005.
Great shot man!
Just wanted to say that it is because of this thread that I finally went ahead and picked up a P. Irminia this past weekend at a local reptile expo
I'll post pictures once I can get a decent one.
Damn, that's a pretty species. I have been focused on my snakes lately, but I think I found what T species I will be getting next.
P. cam newly re-housed. Just under 4" and looking great.
Baby P. pulcher, fingers crossed for a female since I think both my cambridgei and irminia are male.
Just picked up this hissy girl. I couldn't resist her. Between her bad attitude, price, and just how big she was, I fell for her.
Psalmopoeus reduncus, 3.25" female
P. Cambridgei sling #1
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P. Cambridgei sling #2
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P. Irminia juvenile female
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P. Irminia juvenile sex unknown
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P. Irminia/Cambridgei hybrid 6" female
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Psalmopoeus Cambridgei by Guillermo Domínguez, en Flickr
Adult Female Psalmopoeus langenbucheri
Psalmopoeus pulcher sling
P.cambridgei Adult Female