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Species Poecilotheria regalis

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by HEEN67, Oct 31, 2004.

  1. HEEN67

    HEEN67 Arachnosquire Old Timer

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    Hi!... :D

    The continuation!...: :D
     

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  2. MeteoRa

    MeteoRa Arachnoknight Old Timer

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    Nice regalis you got there... how long you got it.. :D
     
  3. Raindog

    Raindog Arachnoknight Old Timer

    Lovely, I look forward to the day that Martha gains her adult colors.
     
  4. Vanan

    Vanan Arachnobaron Old Timer

    Oh wow! And all this time I never seen a regalis with such colour. Always thought it was only the formosa with the purple/blue highlights.
     
  5. HEEN67

    HEEN67 Arachnosquire Old Timer

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    My regalis had just multed to have these colors!... :) {D
    It is 5 years my regalis!...
    And now the continuation: :D
     

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  6. Nico

    Nico Arachnopeon

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    Pokie's are the only Spiders I'm not sure if I ever get used to, well we see maybe I buiy one in a year or so if I know more about T's in general.
     
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  7. No name

    No name Arachnoknight Old Timer

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  8. Bearo

    Bearo Arachnobaron Old Timer

    nice pics :)
    how big is he/she?

    kinda weird that the folio line is so dark and the carapace so bright, is it a premature male maby?
     
  9. No name

    No name Arachnoknight Old Timer

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    Hi Bearo,

    The reason is that this photo session was taken 2~3 days after the molt.
    That could be the reason for the color contrast.

    It is about 3 inches in leg span and still unsexed.

    Regards,
    nn
     
  10. heering80

    heering80 Arachnoknight Old Timer

    This is the one that I put up a poll for. You guys chose this little beast.

    It had the smallest abdomen I've ever seen and thought that it might appreciate a big fat mealworm. No it's suckin it on it's "tree". It was interesting to watch how it dragged it up to the tree tops.

    Yes I know, the enclosure is HUGE!

    It's name is Tudor. (Named after Bloody Mary)

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  11. jw73

    jw73 Arachnobaron

    It is very huge. You should keep spider this size in little container.
     
  12. Lochala

    Lochala Arachnobaron Old Timer

    It's such a cutie. :)
     
  13. Haplopelmatic

    Haplopelmatic Arachnosquire Old Timer

    I agree, but damn that's a nice piece of deco!
     
  14. jw73

    jw73 Arachnobaron

    I agree, that's a nice piece of deco. I think it will be happy when it grown up.
     
  15. Jetzie

    Jetzie Arachnoknight Old Timer

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    Finally got down to moving her into a tall aboreal tank. spend 1 evening designing her new home. and wala! she is all happy exploring her tank!
    please give me ur views brudders!
     

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  16. versus

    versus Arachnobaron Old Timer

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    a nice spider and a nice home :clap:
     
  17. shogun804

    shogun804 Arachnogeneral Old Timer

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    thats a quality set up..very nice :clap:
     
  18. Kris

    Kris Arachnosquire Old Timer

    there is nothing to hide in the tank :?
    you should insert some kind of corktube or so
     
  19. jw73

    jw73 Arachnobaron

    Remove sponge from water dish and this cactus. Overall nice setup.
     
  20. The cactus looks plastic and harmless, and I believe it is a rock in the dish, not a sponge.

    Aidan