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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by JBarbaresi, May 15, 2018.

  1. JBarbaresi

    JBarbaresi Arachnosquire Active Member

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    I don't have many pictures to add because my spiders have been for my own enjoyment and I haven't been overly active on this forum until recently, but figured I could start a thread and add to it as I take more.

    My current T collection includes:

    -4.5" female brachypelma hamorii (smithi when I got her 6+ years ago)
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    -3" female poecilotheria subfusca highland
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    -2" poecilotheria regalis

    -2.5" chromatopelma cyaneopubescens
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    -1.5" augacephalus breyeri (picture taken just before the last molt)
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    -1" monocentropus balfouri

    I also have this little Wolf spider I found a few days ago, currently keeping for observation.
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  2. JBarbaresi

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    GBB out tonight, as usual. Might be a while before I get any shots of the p. regalis, I’m pretty sure it’s in premolt.

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  3. sandeepk

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    Amazing Collection! I like it.
     
  4. JBarbaresi

    JBarbaresi Arachnosquire Active Member

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    Not sure why I didn’t have any better pics of my b. Hamorii, she’s literally always out. Added this one this morning, such a pretty spider.

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  5. JBarbaresi

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    Got a couple pics of the a. breyeri sling during a rehouse. I really hope this one is a female.

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  6. JBarbaresi

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    Here is a size reference for the b. hamorii.

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  7. JBarbaresi

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    M. balfouri sling. Slow grower.

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  8. JBarbaresi

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    P. regalis is molting! In his/her hide so unfortunately I can’t get any pics.
     
  9. Queen Isabella

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    I am new here, like the pics
     
  10. JBarbaresi

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    This little monster was feeding most of the day on a cricket that was larger than him. Wasn’t even bothered when I gave the enclosure a little spritz.

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    Another shot of the p. subfusca.

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  13. JBarbaresi

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    B. hamorii. I’m told this could be a b. smithi (formerly b. annitha)?

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  14. Queen Isabella

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    It does look like anitha / smithi. The orange instead of white ..

    Also the dark brownish on the carapace instead of light tan to white on the outer rim.
     
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  15. JBarbaresi

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    Pretty crappy picture, but p. regalis finally made an appearance after it’s molt last week. Came out of it about at the 3” mark. Pretty impressive size gain.

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  16. YellowBrickRoad

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    That is B. hamorii.
     
  17. JBarbaresi

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    P. subfusca’s first horn worm.

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    P. regalis finally starting to make a regular appearance.

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    P. regalis looking nice and plump after a horn worm. Perfect time to rehouse into a larger enclosure.

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    Big girl enjoying a juicy horn worm.

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  20. JBarbaresi

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    Received 4 nhandu chromatus and 1 augacephalus ezendami slings today.

    A. ezendami is about .5”, smallest sling in my collection currently. Even smaller than the m. balfouri when I got it.

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    Of the 4 n. chromatus, one is already burrowing into the substrate and the other 3 seem curious about their surroundings. One in particular is a little more bold than the rest. Pics taken right after housing from shipment.

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