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Jmugleston's Pic Thread

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by Jmugleston, Aug 2, 2009.

  1. Jmugleston

    Jmugleston Arachnoprince

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    Due to an issue with people "borrowing" my photos without permission (on a different site), my other thread no longer has pics on it. (Mods if you can delete my other ad that no longer has any photos, I'd appreciate it).

    These are all indoor pics, so to counteract that fact that the pics are not that good, I'll only include molting and mating pics.

    Pterinochilus murinus:
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    Aphonopelma sp. "Guatemala" or whatever they are being called now:
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    Theraphosa blondi: (Last year's pic)
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    T. blondi:
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    Brachypelma smithi:
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  2. Jmugleston

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    Not a molting or mating pic, but still cool and directly related to the mating pics so I'll add it.
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  4. Jmugleston

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    Theraphosa blondi
     
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  7. sharpfang

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    Wow! Those are Boehmi ?

    Pretty ! Very Pretty!

    Those aren't Baums ?
     
  8. Jmugleston

    Jmugleston Arachnoprince

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    Nope. Those are B. boehmei.
     
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    I think she may have a surprise for me:

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  10. I would agree! Good luck :)
     
  11. Jmugleston

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    I'm trying to photograph all the species in our collection. Here is what we took today: (These pics are spread elsewhere throughout this forum so there may be duplicates this week).

    Acanthoscurria geniculata
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    Genus Aphonopelma:

    A. schmidti
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    A. chalcodes
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    A. moderatum
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    A. armada
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    A. anax
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    Aphonopelma identified by locality:
    "new river"
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    Arizona 1:
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    Arizona 2:
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    More pics next week.
     
  12. BrettG

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    Those native's are AMAZING looking......
     
  13. Mattyb

    Mattyb Arachnoking Old Timer

    Great pics. Good luck with all your breeding.
     
  14. Jmugleston

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    A few more pics of a few breeding attempts this weekend:

    Avicularia avicularia
    (From the side)
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    (The proper way)
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    Brachypelma vagans
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    Haplopelma lividum (He's an old man, but he still tries.....)
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    A few more from this week:
    P. irminia
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    P. cancerides (this guy was able to breed with 2 ladies this week)
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    S. rubronitens: So far one egg with legs...waiting on the others. Lots of infertile eggs, but she is barely 5" if that so she is a small girl.
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  16. Any updates on the rubronitens eggs?
     
  17. Jmugleston

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    Bad news on that first eggsac. One made it to the post embryo stage, but none of the others did. I think the incubator became a bit too dry. (More reason to pull the eggsac only after they're eggs with legs. I was able to get the date info for that one (molt to 1st instar and 2nd instar), but it did not make it long after its 2nd instar molt.

    On the plus side, I have another gravid female, 2 females that just molted this last week, and a male that should mature soon. Now that I have a better idea on the timeline, I can be sure to pull the next eggsacs once they've made it to the eggs with legs stage.
     
  18. Sick!

    jmugleston, Looks like someones gonna have their hands full..... but then again, that's all in a day's work for you! Awesome pics, man!

    Terry
     
  19. crawltech

    crawltech Arachnoprince

    Killer stuff, Jmug!...as always!
     
  20. seanbond

    seanbond Arachnoking

    awesum stuff with the sacs man!