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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by MrDeranged, Jan 14, 2004.
Phormictopus sp. "green"
Phormictopus cancerides spiderling showing off its characteristic blue sheen
0.0.1 Phormictopus Cancerides (juvenil) by Guillermo Domínguez, en Flickr
0.1 Phormictopus platus jelly..
0.1 P. platus juvenile
1.0 P. platus juvenile
Freshly moulted Phormictopus cautus sling. Roughly 1.5"
Phormictopus cancerides, juvenile 0.0.1.
Phormictopus "sp. green" 3 inch male.
0.1 Phormictopus cautus - juvenile female
Recently moulted 0.1 Phormictopus platus juv
Phormictopus sp Purple
Juvenile Phormictopus cautus
Curiosity here.... What size and sex is your cautus??
Sex not determined yet. A friend of mine gave me five for free because he couldn't care for them. Only two of them have the purple so far. They're maybe 2.5-3" DLS
Nice i have 2.2 P. cautus at 4" and 0.1 P. cautus(violet) at 4"
And a grown on cautus(violet) at 4-5cm
Love these things but heard rhere are few variations already hmmmm
Phormictopus cancerides juvenile. First feeding after moult. Love the agressive hunting mode of this genus.
0.1 Phormictopus sp. Green looking very purple-ish when freshly molted. Hmmm.
P. cancerides female. She is about 6 inches. Hunts like a wolf and is always moving stuff around. This is my new favorite T. Very entertaining.
0.1 P. atrichomatus
0.1 P. auratus
1.0 P. auratus