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Genus Poecilotheria

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

  1. ErinM31

    ErinM31 Arachnoangel Active Member

    Last edited: Oct 22, 2017
  2. Venom1080

    Venom1080 Arachnoemperor Active Member

    Most metallica pics are barely oversaturated btw. They really are that blue. The females darken with age.
     
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  3. just1more

    just1more Arachnopeon

  4. ErinM31

    ErinM31 Arachnoangel Active Member

    My first pokie, P. regalis :happy:

     
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  5. CaiusV

    CaiusV Arachnopeon

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    Heress, my P. ornata, finally out of her hide long enough for me to get a good body shot~
     

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  6. grayzone

    grayzone Arachnoking

    Mated/gravid female P regalis consuming a giant male dubia. Roughly 7 weeks into gestation, 1st time eating since pairing began 20171028_111635.jpg 20171028_111641.jpg 20171028_111647.jpg
     
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  7. Beckmanjessie

    Beckmanjessie Arachnopeon

    My new 2" P. ornata, so beautiful and excited to add her to my collection :)
     

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  8. ErinM31

    ErinM31 Arachnoangel Active Member

    My P. regalis molted yesterday! :D

    BEFORE:

    TODAY:

    Male or female?
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  9. xenesthis

    xenesthis Arachnobaron Old Timer

    P.rufilata(f)6.5in_1.jpeg
     
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  10. Kevin K

    Kevin K Arachnopeon

    Poecilotheria metallica. She’s about 1.5” and a voracious eater. Her hobbies include snatching unsuspecting bugs and housekeeping within her demesne.
    (Also, I’m trying to figure out how to use these forums )
     

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  11. ErinM31

    ErinM31 Arachnoangel Active Member

    Welcome to the forums! And she's adorable! :happy:
     
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  12. grayzone

    grayzone Arachnoking

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  13. CaiusV

    CaiusV Arachnopeon

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    /To me/, this looks like a flap~ That plus the apparently vibrant colours of the T would lead me to believe that this is a female ☺ I could be COMPLETELY wrong, but that's what my eyes see lol
     

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  14. Mychajlo

    Mychajlo Arachnopeon

    The dark stripe in the white stripe going down the back of its abdomen indicates that it would be male, so I’ve heard
     
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  15. FB_IMG_1527004450475.jpg FB_IMG_1527004433339.jpg FB_IMG_1527004417023.jpg this is our P. regalis. That's my son holding her, but i was uncomfortably close when taking the pics!lol
     
  16. JBarbaresi

    JBarbaresi Arachnosquire Active Member

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    3" female p. subfusca highland.

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  17. 20180524_122203.jpg 20180524_121710.jpg our P. metallica when we first bought her, and now look at her!
     
  18. FB_IMG_1527178441908.jpg great shot of our P. rufilata. Love those legs!
     
  19. Ungoliant

    Ungoliant Malleus Aranearum Staff Member

    These links are broken. (I don't think Photobucket allows hotlinking anymore without a subscription.)

    This link didn't work, because it was to the Facebook story "thread" rather than directly to the image itself.
     
  20. JBarbaresi

    JBarbaresi Arachnosquire Active Member

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    P. regalis looking nice and plump after a horn worm. Perfect time to rehouse into a larger enclosure.

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