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User Mike's Tarantula Photos

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by MikeyD, Aug 10, 2018.

  1. MikeyD

    MikeyD Arachnosquire Active Member

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    Kochiana brunnipes
    Neoholothele incei Gold
    Ami sp Colombia
    Cyriocosmus ritae
    Homoeomma sp blue
    Cyriocosmus chicoi
     
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  2. MikeyD

    MikeyD Arachnosquire Active Member

    25303523-01EB-4BE6-BBC8-3D230C6A13F5.jpeg The diminutive Catumiri argentinense has emerged after a recent molt.
     
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  3. Nightstalker47

    Nightstalker47 Arachnoprince Active Member

    Nice little spiders you got there.
     
  4. MikeyD

    MikeyD Arachnosquire Active Member

    Thank you. I seem to have a thing for dwarfs but I’ve got a few larger species too.
     
  5. MikeyD

    MikeyD Arachnosquire Active Member

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    Homoeomma Sp blue enjoying its first meal after molting last weekend.


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    Holothele sanguiniceps. Quite colorful but I didn’t dare try to get better lighting while the lid was open. The only T I’ve ever had bolt from it’s enclosure.


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    Ami sp Colombia is finally tackling live prey. Up until the most recent molt it had been rather shy and I tended to offer pre killed crickets.


    36BF5F76-9278-45CD-8E2E-4F8A5A00B623.jpeg Cyriocosmus chicoi was thirsty because it’s water dish had dried up.
     
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  6. MikeyD

    MikeyD Arachnosquire Active Member

    30C3B6DA-8439-4813-91C3-F013085D8B83.jpeg Well this Cyriocosmus perezmilesi is clearly a male.
     
  7. MikeyD

    MikeyD Arachnosquire Active Member

    27B51DA4-CD5B-42D5-841C-F646A452CDF9.jpeg My little Kochiana brunnipes is always attentive when it’s time for food. I thought I may never see it again when inrehoused from its vial but that hasn’t been the case at all. It’s burrow is fully visible through the container and feeding time almost always results in an emergence or at least a brief sighting.
     
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    MikeyD Arachnosquire Active Member

    Neoholothele incei, olive colour form. Really enjoy this species. It’s very active at feeding time, fast, builds a great little web structure, and it’s one good looking T. This is the smallest of the two I have, the other being a sub adult gold color form.

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    MikeyD Arachnosquire Active Member

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    Holothele sangunicepes was out and about tonight.
     
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    MikeyD Arachnosquire Active Member

    AA1912EF-86D4-4152-AADF-47BF6FAE38B4.jpeg DA677AA7-CE50-42BB-B0CF-5DE39B44B91D.jpeg I was finally able to get a good look and a pic of my Neoholothele incei Gold form. I had rehoused it earlier in the day and it had been busy adding some webbing to its new home. I also got a nice pic of my smaller olive colour form.
     
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  11. MikeyD

    MikeyD Arachnosquire Active Member

    9636B68C-5575-4E75-8A46-BF560C553157.jpeg My little Homoeomma sp blue will need to me rehoused soon. It’s molted again and is starting to develop its adult colour now.

    6AC41510-F0D0-48B1-A8ED-119A7995E785.jpeg Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens enjoying a cricket while perched in its web.
     
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