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Philth's non-theraphosid mygalomorph and true spider photo thread. (Part 2)

Discussion in 'True Spiders & Other Arachnids' started by Philth, Feb 21, 2018.

  1. Philth

    Philth N.Y.H.C. Arachnosupporter

    I don't know why it did that.

    Euprosthenops sp. Cameroon Douala region
    Euprosthenops sp. Cameroon Douala region.jpg
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  2. The wolf

    The wolf Arachnobaron

    What are these guys like to keep?
  3. boina

    boina Lady of the mites Arachnosupporter

    This is one phantastic thread!!!
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  4. Philth

    Philth N.Y.H.C. Arachnosupporter

    Damastes sp. Madagascar

    Parawixia sp Cameroon
    Parawixia sp Cameroon (1).jpg

    Rhitymna sp. Thailand penultimate male
    Rhitymna sp. Thialand penultimate male (3).jpg

    Later, Tom
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  5. DavoShred95

    DavoShred95 Arachnopeon

    Hey @Philth from wich region of Perú do come the Diplura sp Peru? They are beautifull!
    Awesome collection btw.
  6. Philth

    Philth N.Y.H.C. Arachnosupporter

    Not Sure, they were just sold as sp."Peru"

    Later, Tom

    Calommata signata Calommata signata (4).jpg
    Calommata signata (5).jpg

    Later, Tom
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  7. Arthroverts

    Arthroverts Arachnobaron Active Member

    Do you sell any of the spiderlings you produce off? If so, where can I place an order ;)?


  8. Philth

    Philth N.Y.H.C. Arachnosupporter

    I sometimes advertise on this site, or you can always email me for a price list Tompatterson77@gmail.com My inbox on this site tends to be full so it's, best to use the email.

    Thanks, Tom
  9. Philth

    Philth N.Y.H.C. Arachnosupporter

    Ancylometes bogotensis female

    Ancylometes bogotensis mature male

    Ancylometes bogotensis interesting mating behavior. The males tie up the females to hold them in place, and is likely as a way to protect themselves during mating.
    Later, Tom
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  10. MetalMan2004

    MetalMan2004 Arachnolord

    So spiders get kinky too huh? Thats an interesting one for sure.
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  11. basin79

    basin79 Arachnoemperor Active Member

    I got pics of 1 of my 3 and it was only after 8 looked through the pics i saw just how ornate their fangs are. If I'd have known I'd have focused on them and got some really close shots.
  12. Vanisher

    Vanisher Arachnoprince Old Timer

  13. Gogyeng

    Gogyeng Arachnobaron Active Member

    Absolutely stunning !
  14. Philth

    Philth N.Y.H.C. Arachnosupporter

    Calisoga longitarsis

    Euagrus mexicanus

    Later, Tom
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  15. Philth

    Philth N.Y.H.C. Arachnosupporter

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  16. Arthroverts

    Arthroverts Arachnobaron Active Member

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  17. Arthroverts

    Arthroverts Arachnobaron Active Member

    Do you ever bring in exotic trapdoor spiders @Philth to sell or breed-to-sell? I have a few friends, most notably the one I tagged above, who have been desperately searching for more species than what we commonly have in the US.


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  18. Philth

    Philth N.Y.H.C. Arachnosupporter

    Sure, I get whatever I can. This year I sold off a bunch of Thyropoeus mirandus from Madagascar. They were the biggest traps doors I've ever seen. Hoping to have more Cyclocosmia latusicosta this week as well.

    Thyropoeus mirandus
    Genysa sp. Madagascar (2).jpg

    Cyclocosmia latusicosta

    Later, Tom
  19. Arthroverts

    Arthroverts Arachnobaron Active Member

    Gotcha. My friend already has several Thyropoeus mirandus, they probably came from you :)!


  20. Philth

    Philth N.Y.H.C. Arachnosupporter

    Cupiennius getazi rcf female-Panama
    P1010114.jpg Mature male
    Later, Tom
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