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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by MrDeranged, Jan 14, 2004.
P. sp. "platyomma"
Pamphobeteus sp. Peru...
P. fortis female in premolt.
1 and 2 are both antinous, one more premolt than the other. Picture 3 is a sp. Brazil. Not a god picture of this nice species, the abdomen is very red but that doesn't show in the picture. Picture 4 is sp. Puerto Lopez, with the legs in a funny position.
Pamphobeteus ornatus, first is a female, second a subadult male. Both showing some purple.
Pamphobeteus sp. Ecuador. Specimen courtesy of Philth.
Here's the P. ultramarinus I had for a year. It never thrived, just sort of wasted away. Gorgeous tarantula.
Pamphobeteus sp. South-Ecuador female [~4 cm]
Unidentified sp., Ecuador male...
woah! very very nice tarantulas! I might need to get myself one soon
Pamphobeteus spec. "platyomma" - male
platyomma mature male
not a great pic but a p. ultramarinus sling none the less:
Platyomma male currently with Swifty and some lucky lady...
Pamphobeteus sp. "Ecuador"
Thats a really nice tarantula. I am getting a P platyomma soon!
that's a huge one, GoTerps... :clap: :clap: :clap: very nice!
Pamphobeteus antinous w.c female and c.b. sling