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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by Olan, Oct 8, 2016.
Freshly molted P. sp. Machala won't come out for a decent picture...
Nice is this girl big enough to breed yet?
She looks about 6", so I think she is? I don't have any experience breeding pamphos.
She's still molting once every 3.5 months though! Maybe she'll slow down now that she's getting pretty large.
Cool, I have a immature male that's 1-2 molts away.
Hmm, that sounds like the timing could work out perfectly..
Juvie female Phormic sp. Purple has some nice green on her femurs
P. sp Machala female finally came out(!)
Another sp Machala shot
P. sazimai molted
B. smithi just molted!
P. sazimai sling enjoying some dinner
P. sazimai juvie female moving in for the kill
Yet another P. sp. Machala shot. I have an unhealthy infatuation with this spider
This pretty guy will be arriving next week to go on a date with Scarface
Dang she's pretty. Just a bit shy of 3" now.
And the female B. albiceps molted too! Looks the same size as the smithi.
P. sazimai enjoying a superworm
N. incei gold form
P. sp Machala
Phormictopus sp. Purple molted. Looks to be just about 5".
Lampropelma sp. Borneo black
This is the fastest tarantula I've ever seen. I'm extremely glad it stopped running once it hit the substrate.
P. sazimai female molted again! Just shy of 3" now.
Rehoused Tank Girl, the P. sp. Machala. She lost some hairs during the transfer
This should last her for a couple molts
Rehoused the suspect female H. gigas.
N. incei gold molted
One of my Favorite dwarfs....drool
B. hamorii F molted again! 3.5" now.
Borneo Blacks are growing.
New additions. Expanding the Grammostola collection.
Finally got a pair of pulchras!
And very happy about this addition: a pair of G. iheringis