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LuiziBee's Picture Thread

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by LuiziBee, Jan 11, 2013.

  1. LuiziBee

    LuiziBee Arachnobaron

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    First meal of the new skin LP

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    Another fresh molt. Bumba cabocla

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    Nhandu chromatus

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    Brachypelma emilia

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    Grammostola pulchripes

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    Turn on the lights in my T room, random threat display P. cambridgei

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  2. Trenor

    Trenor Arachnoprince Active Member

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    Nice photos as usual. What kind of enclosure are you using with your M.balfouri? I just picked up 5 more and I'm looking at new digs for them.
     
  3. LuiziBee

    LuiziBee Arachnobaron

    Just a KK I had laying around.
     
  4. LuiziBee

    LuiziBee Arachnobaron

    Forgot a picture lol

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  5. Trenor

    Trenor Arachnoprince Active Member

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    That is a plate of molts. Wow.
     
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  6. LuiziBee

    LuiziBee Arachnobaron

    Hahahaha yep!! :D
     
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  7. LuiziBee

    LuiziBee Arachnobaron

    Ceratogyrus darlingi molted and hasn't been looking so hot. Going to attempt a different method of mite control hopefully today or some time this weekend.

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    Thrixopelma ockerti also molted

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    Rehoused one of the LPs into a sterilite shoebox-like container. First time I've tried these.

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    Poecilotheria subfusca highland

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    The smaller of the two female irminia sac mates molted

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    Three years and 2 days after her last molt, my Brachypelma vagans FINALLY molted!!!

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    A prune

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    Exactly 4 weeks after pulling the Avic sac of 1st instars, the bbys started molting. :)

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    They're a lot larger than I thought they'd be. :)

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  8. JumpingSpiderLady

    JumpingSpiderLady Arachnobaron Active Member

    So cute! Like thier boots are too big!
     
  9. LuiziBee

    LuiziBee Arachnobaron

    2nd instar Avicularia avicularia

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    Feeding the hungry masses

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    Nice and chubby

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    Mites seem to have dwindled quite a bit. Before & after molting shot C. darling

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    balfouri fortress update

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  10. LuiziBee

    LuiziBee Arachnobaron

    Ceratogyrus darling

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    Brachypelma vagans (MF & MM)

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    Mama Avic avic

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    Latrodectus mactans

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    P. subfusca HL & LL

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    P. vittata

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    Went to a friends house and caught some pictures of his tarantulas:

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    H. pulchripes

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  11. LuiziBee

    LuiziBee Arachnobaron

    OA burrow

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    T. ockerti

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    Runaway Euathlus sp red

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    P. irminia

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    P. cam

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    Tiny baby A. francki

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    Bumba cobacla

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    Surprise molt from G. pulchripes. He typically molts once a year. This is his second molt in two months. Whoooaaaa!

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    C. elegans

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    Weird red fanged Avic avic is not like the others!

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  12. LuiziBee

    LuiziBee Arachnobaron

    Phormictopus sp purple

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    Poecilotheria vittata

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    P. irminia

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    Avic avic

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    Brachypelma Emilia

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    A friend of mine who got out of the hobby gave me a bunch of free T's:

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    2 Brachypelma klaasi

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    A juvenile male Avicularia versicolor :)

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  13. LuiziBee

    LuiziBee Arachnobaron

    New delivery :D

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    A. minatrix

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    (molted for me, too!)

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    A. versicolor

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    A. diversipes

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  14. LuiziBee

    LuiziBee Arachnobaron

    My girl is getting big :) :)
    H sp Colombia large

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    P. cautus

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    T. ockerti

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    A. versicolor

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    L. mactans

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    M. balfouri exuvia

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    A francki

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    B. klaasi

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    P. cam

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    H. him during rehouse lol

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    LP

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    G. pulchripes

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    Avic avic

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    C. elegans

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    Also rehoused N. carapoensis

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  15. LuiziBee

    LuiziBee Arachnobaron

    Bumba cabocla molt and rehouse.

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    My 2.0 Grammostola pulchra both molted.

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    Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens

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    Grammostola rosea (finally) molted.

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    Chilobrachys fimbriatus got rehoused and stole the transfer vial lmao

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    Hapalopus sp Columbia large

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    Ceratogyrus darlingi

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    Avicularia diversipes

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    Avicularia versicolor

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    Rehoused my female Euathlus sp red. She's had a blast remodeling the moss lol

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    Psalmopoeus cambridgei got put in her new enclosure as well. She's a little over a year old and officially larger than my two 3 year old irminia lol

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    Two of my Avicularia avicularia slings molted to 3i

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    Brachypelma klaasi molted

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    Thrixopelma ockerti

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  16. LuiziBee

    LuiziBee Arachnobaron

    Poecilotheria subfusca

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    Found this gorgeous Argiope on my garage (I only see them once every 3 years so it's exciting)

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    Heteropoda lunula

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    Mite-sized Pseudhapalopus sp blue

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    Kochiana brunnipes

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    Phormictopus cautus. Can you guess which two legs regenerated? Lol

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    Phrixotrichus scofra (finally) molted

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    I moved into a new place a few days ago, and my entire collection is still at my old house. Last night, my new house bestowed a gift upon me!! So. This is the only spider in my entire T room right now. Hahahaha

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  17. LuiziBee

    LuiziBee Arachnobaron

    Pterinochilus murinus

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    Avicularia diversipes

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    Avicularia minatrix

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    My two VERY different looking female Monocentropus balfouri

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    Kochiana brunnipes

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    Acanthogonatus francki

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    Chilobrachys sp electric blue

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    Chilobrachys fimbriatus

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    Loxosceles reclusa

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    Heteropoda lunula

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    Phormictopus cautus

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    Brachypelma vagans

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    Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens

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  18. BobBarley

    BobBarley Arachnoprince Active Member

    Those are two weird M. balfouri. The carapace on the second one looks much more blue than others I've seen. Almost like a mature male's carapace.
     
  19. LuiziBee

    LuiziBee Arachnobaron

    Yeah. I had a picture of her in here when she was smaller a year or two ago and people started to debate what sex she was. But I've spermatheca sexed her a few times and she's pretty large. She's just really blue for some reason.
     
  20. LuiziBee

    LuiziBee Arachnobaron

    Here's a picture of it. The other balfouri in the enclosure had passed away without me knowing about it and I have found a larger exuvia from her since then