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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by MrDeranged, Jan 14, 2004.
0.1 Phormictopus sp. 'dominican purple'
Yup same problem here. Any recent pics
Latest of my 2nd sp green
Maaybe Phormic sp. green 'gold carapace'? They are more of a blue until adults. And the carapace always more of a rose gold i think. Or you may have a young sp. blue?
@Misty Day Dont suppose you bought that Phormic sp. green from TB???
Phormictopus sp."Green" ( Gold Carapace) by Tom Patterson, on Flickr
Phormictopus atrichomatus - 8.5" female
Phormictopus atrichomatus - 4" female
Phormictopus atrichomatus - 2" unsexed
Phormictopus cancerides violet - 5.5" female
Phormictopus auratus - 5" male
Phormictopus auratus - 3" female
Phormictopus cancerides violet - 4.5" female
Phormictopus sp. dominican purple - 4" female
Phormictopus sp. dominican purple - 3.5" female (crap foto)
Apologies for the extremely late reply, been quite busy lately.
Anyway, both of my "P.sp.greens" ending up dying a few months ago, no idea why, both we're being kept perfectly and were both eating the day before they died, still upset over it, they were quite the little characters.
So no recent pics, but heres a picture of the male a few weeks before he passed, he ended up turning a pale redish, pinkish colour, similar to a P.cautus? I'm not sure, haven't seen another Phormic like him. Gorgeous spider, was sad to see them go.
Also I didn't get them from TB, I got them from TSS.
Hard to pin what it may have been. Looks like it could have been cancerides or atrichomatus
My female looked exactly like the male you posted. I almost hated calling her a sp green but that's what she was purchased as.
Hi I am going to buy P platus Do you have any pictures of yours? Are they good eaters? How big are they when they mature Thanks