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Genus Poecilotheria

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by Martin H., Feb 22, 2003.

  1. Bender

    Bender Arachnopeon

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    Have had these 2 for 2 weeks now.
    First is the P regalis-shes 1.5", and shes got a cricket in her mouth here lol
    The last two are the P metallica-shes 1"
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  2. tagulilong

    tagulilong Arachnopeon

  3. Ceratogyrus

    Ceratogyrus Arachnobaron

    Decided to rehouse my striata communal today. It started off with one female who hatched her sac out and I left 15 slings with her about 2 years ago. Since then I have given away 2 of those juvies (Leaving 13 from that original sac) and mated her again and got a sac from her last year. I pulled the sac and gave her 10 babies back from that batch. Unfortunately only 2 of those babies are still around. So currently I am sitting with the adult female, 13 juvies between 10 and 14 cm (5 females and 8 males it seems) and 2 unsexed slings around 4 cm.
    Here they are while rehousing:
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  4. P. metallica - unsexed juvenile:

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    P. rufilata - believed to be female (waiting for moult to confirm), 7.5"

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    P. regalis sling (dawww)

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  5. ReclusiveDemon

    ReclusiveDemon Arachnosquire

    Again!

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  6. Kat Fenix

    Kat Fenix Arachnosquire

    ONE DAY
    I shall have a P. metallica
    I wish they weren't so darned expensive 8C
     
  7. Ceratogyrus

    Ceratogyrus Arachnobaron

    Rehousing my subfusca (spec.lowland) communal
    Looks like 3 females and 1 male. :)

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  8. Enn49

    Enn49 Arachnosquire

    My son's P. Penderseni when she first arrived 5 months ago
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    And now
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  9. Enn49

    Enn49 Arachnosquire

    Finally Managed to get a pic of my new P. metallica. It arrived 8 days ago and has already built a large web but doesn't hide away at all.

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  10. awiec

    awiec Arachnoprince

    The P.vittata decided to sit pretty for me at 1.5-2 inches its gender still alludes me, but I love this shot because it shows how well blended in those stripes are.
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  11. iCookBacon

    iCookBacon Arachnopeon

    Folio pic (2).jpg


    Any guesses on the gender of this P. met (based on folio)?

    I'm thinking girl but any ventral pics I put on the epiandrous fusillae board get male guesses back. I simply can't tell ventrally.


    (It kinda looks all squished in the corner there, but it just didn't like the light xD)
     
  12. Ill start... my juvie P Ornata (suspect Male) uploadfromtaptalk1398176045415.jpg uploadfromtaptalk1398176062713.jpg

    Im crazy... and I Love Ts!!!!
     
  13. freedumbdclxvi

    freedumbdclxvi Arachnoprince

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  14. MarkmD

    MarkmD Arachnoprince

    sorry don't have a good pic of my P,Regalis (she wouldn't stay still lol) so deleted the pics and haven't tried again, but will soon, also love poecs :) and nice P,ornata.
     
  15. Thank you. And good luck getting the regalis pic... mine also loves running... and hopefully I will soon be looking for a female lady friend for him...

    Im crazy... and I Love Ts!!!!
     
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  16. mothore

    mothore Arachnopeon

    Poecilotheria fasciata

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  17. Very very nice!! Here is my female regalis enjoying a roach uploadfromtaptalk1398196741142.jpg

    Im crazy... and I Love Ts!!!!
     
  18. Enn49

    Enn49 Arachnosquire

    My son's P. pederseni
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    And my P. metallica
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  19. Enn49

    Enn49 Arachnosquire

    Sorry for some reason that's not the pic of my P. metallica so here it is
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