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Genus Tapinauchenius

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by GoTerps, Jan 31, 2005.

  1. tfd6506

    tfd6506 Arachnopeon

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    MM Tapinauchenius violaceus October 8th 2012.jpg

    Mature Male Tapinauchenius violaceus

    Matured 10/8/12
     
  2. justingordon

    justingordon Arachnosquire

    I'll buy him from you if you ever don't need him anymore :)
     
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  3. tfd6506

    tfd6506 Arachnopeon

    He has been claimed by a fellow hobbyist for a breeding loan, mere minutes after I posted this pic, but thank you for the offer!
     
  4. Tapinauchenius violaceus 0.1
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  5. Philth

    Philth N.Y.H.C. Arachnosupporter

    Tapinauchenius plumipes
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    Later, Tom
     
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  6. AzJohn

    AzJohn Arachnoking

    Tapinauchenius sp Columbia
     
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  7. Storm76

    Storm76 Arachnoemperor

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    T. violaceus, adult female (she's the one that had the dud sac)

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  8. Odyssey

    Odyssey Arachnopeon

    Tapinauchenius cupreus 0.1

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  9. the more i see these pictures, the more tantalized i am by this genus and it is quickly becoming a favorite. but, i must ask, is there a way to distinguish some of these "lookalike" species from each other? cupreus, latipes, plumipes, sanctivincenti, subcaeruleus, and violaceus all look like metallic shiny bald abdomen-ed purple spiders, atleast in pictures...Are there any obvious/distinct features each species has in order to identify them and figure out what's what?
     
  10. BaphometDL50

    BaphometDL50 Arachnosquire

  11. BaphometDL50

    BaphometDL50 Arachnosquire

    T.gigas sub adult male
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  12. Vezon

    Vezon Arachnopeon

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    T. gigas
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  13. RepugnantOoze

    RepugnantOoze Arachnosquire Active Member

    One of my first T's. I know they are not considered a beginner sp. but I am hopeful that I did enough research and extremely respectful of my T's. Any way .75 in sling. "Peachie".
     

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  14. jwb121377

    jwb121377 Arachnoangel Arachnosupporter

    Which species is this one RepugnantOoze? Just curious.
     
  15. RepugnantOoze

    RepugnantOoze Arachnosquire Active Member

    Ahh, sorry forgot to say. T. Gigas. Also, I accidently lied hes .50 in.
     
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  16. Tapinauchenius sp. Colombia 003.JPG
     
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  17. RepugnantOoze

    RepugnantOoze Arachnosquire Active Member

    What a beaut!!

    edit: to me this looks very different to T. Gigas. Although there are similarities.
     
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  18. Thanks Repugnant, this species is one of my favorite T's that I've owned. The behaviour/temperament is similar within this genus. ;) Also, I find both T. gigas and T. sp Colombia to be out in the open enough to appreciate them. :)
     
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  19. Shamrock

    Shamrock Arachnopeon

    T subcaeruleus
     

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