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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by Olan, Oct 8, 2016.
Unnamed Neoholothele incei "gold"
Flippy, the giant versicolor
P. sp. Machala
Little OJ's all grown up
Hi there, I am confused with your pic of Pampho. sp. Machala that she's got such pattern around the eyes and the color that is quite different from mines, or do you have any idea what species mines could be?
Actually I wanna prompt......could yours be A Pamphobeteus. nigricolor?
Hmm, yeah, yours has much more of a brown coloration. I'm pretty confident mine is a Machala. I bought her from a very reputable dealer who sells lots of Pamphobeteus species. But I'm no expert on Pamphos. This is my first one. And there are not a lot of pictures of Machala on the internet to compare with.
Thanks for info! Fascinating T of that anyway
Mugatu finally molted. Not yet mature though! He looks to be 5".
Finally got a glimpse of our H. gigas sling
New addition. Juvenile female Phormictopus sp. Purple. "Big Freedia"
Yet another photo of Yole, my favorite subject:
Looks like you're very informed and I can't figure out how to post a question with multiple people to view it. I'm trying to sex my sling I have decent picture but this is my first.
Honduran curly hair
Here is the forum where you can get ventral sexing opinions:
That spider looks a bit small to sex though. Maybe wait a a molt or two.
Thank you I shall learn this site before long
Had to rehouse the H. gigas today. It's growing fast!
Another shot of Mugatu, the penultimate male G. pulchripes.
Another new addition. Juvenile female Pterinopelma sazimai.
All three of my 2.5" juveniles sexed male...so Jelly
Yeah, that's why I've switched over to buying confirmed females when possible, despite the cost.
Another Phormictopus sp. Purple shot