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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by MrDeranged, Jan 14, 2004.
I am not familiar with this spices but they look awesome..nice pictures again..
Molting into a 4.5" male P.Vespertinus
"This one is toooo big." He didnt want to eat this roach but gave it threat for over an hour
Again... my pics arent so good but here is my male P.Vespertinus...
Cool guys, nice pics.
I have sead it before, I will say it again... heaven is made of P. ultramarinus...LOL one of the most amazing species of our hobby... here is one of my females...
Here is how a P. ultramarinus spiderling looks like... cute little thing!
Here is a female P. insignis... in need of a molt!
Here is a small Pamphobeteus sp. from Ecuador
Well, I posted a pic of a mature female, a spiderling, here is an immature male P. ultramarinus...
I had posted it a while ago... hope the link works
Pamphobeteus ultramarinus info
Oups, guess not! Let's try again:
You can see other nice pics of this species...
Looks a lot like my Vespertinus... I am not sure where they come from though.
Just searched google and found out they come from ecuador and are commonly called ecuador red bloom... looks like you may have a P.Vespertinus.
Most probably a different species, this one was sold to me as Pamphobeteus sp. Gold (Ecuador)... it should not be P. vespertinus...
Can you handle one more?
I love Pamphobetus (probably because I can't afford Xenesthis ):
Recently molted Pamphobeteus nigricolor:
Re: Can you handle one more?
How lareg is your nigricolor that it still has its xmas tree?
That Pampho is just shy of 3".