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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by T.Raab, Feb 9, 2004.
P. murinus? Found this guy at a local pet store with no label or price. Took the enclosure and T out the door for cheap. Estimate between 5.5 and 6 inches. "Marge"
Thought I would add one more with my hand in the background for size comparison. Also added one of her doing "pushups" while trying to repair some webbing after a recent feeding.
Nothing unusual here.
0.1 P. Murinus
0.1 P. lugardi
Freshly moulted 0.1 Pterinochilus chordatus
Oh, The Janissary in all her glory ^
Aw it's an oldskool name.
.. But I like it
0.1 Pterinochilus murinus
A couple of pictures of my female Pterinochilus lugardi.
0.1 Pterinochilus chordatus
0.1 Pterinochilus lugardi
New arrival. Lost a leg in transit
0.1 Pterinochilus lapalala
I would put money in this spider being a Pterinochilus murinus LCF/TCF! That carapace pattern does not say lugardi. Are you in the US?
Hi. No, I am in Spain.
Darn! If you were in the US, I would trade you a female lugardi for that spider of yours!
I have been comparing pictures and it seems that you are right, yep. So Pterinochilus murinus light color form is the most probable ID. Well, I still have space available for P. lugardi, P. chordatus, a nice Usambara red, etc...
P. murinus LCF are not easily found in the US... I covet yours!
I currently have P. chordatus DCF, P. lugardi, and P. murinus RCF... I would LOVE P. chordatus LCF and P. murinus LCF.
Pterinochilus murinus BCF *Tete* sling grabbing some snacks
Pterinochilus lapalala subadult female
Pterinochilus lapalala juvs
Pterinochilus lapalala slings