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OMG... found this picture...

Discussion in 'Tarantula Questions & Discussions' started by ckl, Jun 27, 2003.

  1. ckl

    ckl Arachnopeon

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  2. Sean

    Sean Arachnodemon Old Timer

    is that a real pic?? thats crazy dude
     
  3. dennis

    dennis Arachnodemon Old Timer

    Yep, that's a real pic... Sometimes not everything goes ok with the development of the eggs, and they grow together...


    Dennis
     
  4. invadermike

    invadermike Arachnoknight Old Timer

    That kind of stuff happens to people, so why would it be any different with T's, that is crazy though... double the webbing!!!!! haha.
    -Mike
     
  5. Palespider

    Palespider Arachnodemon Old Timer

    Wow, so that thing probably has 2 furrows and if so, what if it were male and female? What happens when it matures? Would it have bulbous palps, hooks and still possibly conceive baby T's? :?

    Jim B.
     
  6. arachnopunks

    arachnopunks Arachnobaron Old Timer

    I never thought I would see a conjoined twin tarantula. Now THAT is weird!!! What is weird is that both abdomens seem to be functional and are about the same size. I wonder if it is more difficult for the thing to molt.


    -Jill
     
  7. Buspirone

    Buspirone Arachnoprince Old Timer

  8. Bry

    Bry Arachnodemon Old Timer

    All I can say is: "Baby got back." =D

    Bry
     
  9. Man, I want one of those SO bad.
     
  10. spider

    spider Arachnoprince Old Timer

    That is awsome ! I know it will never happen but i want an albino goliath b- eater.





    P.s I dont have my hopes up to high;)
     
  11. SpiderTwin

    SpiderTwin Arachnoangel Old Timer

    I guess if it eats alot, you can say it's "eating for two".

    Do you have to feed it twice as much?
     
  12. kellygirl

    kellygirl Arachnoprince Old Timer

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    I believe that is impossible because tarantulas don't get their coloration from pigment. So let's do some logic here: albinism is the lack of pigment therefore all tarantulas are albino... uh wait, that doesn't sound right... :? ;) ;P

    kellygirl
     
  13. sunnymarcie

    sunnymarcie Celestial Spider Old Timer