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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by KezyGLA, Dec 10, 2016.
What a stud. I hope you find a female for him.
Thanks! I hope so too - I’m checking around locally and am ready/nervous to ship him if need be!
Neostenotarsus sp. "Suriname" - that thing is tiny, mayyybe 2", if I'm generous. He also played dead when I tried to poke him into position - retracted his legs and didn't move - to suddenly explode into a run - little *not allowed*.
D. diamantinensis. The breeder I gave him to said he’s the largest MM he’s seen of this species (I dunno his DLS, but I was proud )
Second MM H. gabonensis, this guy is 2", I for sure thought I would have another female. He has already made the rounds with my freshly molted females.
P smithi that I’m REALLY hoping gets put to good use. “Line up ladies.”
I have had my G. pulchripes for a couple of weeks and he hasn't decided whether he's terrestrial or arboreal. One of the first things he did was climb around the tree in his vivarium. Now he spends most of his time in his hide or wandering about.
Avicularia sp. Colombia
MM Ephebopus cyanognathus, a bit under 4"
Already sent off for breeding, so hopefully he gets it done.
A. avicularia, likely M1. Slightly over 4"
He needs a little hat that says "booty hunter."
Holothele sp. "Dominican Republic" (Hobby Scopelobates sericeus)
Poecilotheria subfusca "Lowland"
Handsome boy Lautrec, Idiothele mira.
Really love those copper tones and the hint of blue still on his toes. Should be sending him off for breeding next week.
My last male Homoeomma chilensis freshly moulted and mature.
I expect big things from you, little Karma dude. ♥
A. avicularia M6 old man (matured May 2018). I also have 10 of his fuzzy offspring.