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Possible New species of T from australia

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by Hornets inverts, May 5, 2012.

  1. Hornets inverts

    Hornets inverts Arachnobaron

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    I received 2 adults and 13 slings of this species off a friend yesterday, this may end up being a new species to science but we will see when i obtain some more to send off for ID. You probably wouldnt think too much of this species unless i told you the spider in the image is a mature female who was collected with 12 spiderlings living in her burrow, according to the collector this is about as big as they come so its quite exciting for me since i really do love the smaller species.
     

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  2. lizardminion

    lizardminion Arachnolord

    If that's a female, it must be starved...
     
  3. Hornets inverts

    Hornets inverts Arachnobaron

    it is, only a recent WC who was living with slings so probably hasnt fed since her sac
     
  4. Tonys spiders

    Tonys spiders Arachnosquire

    Very nice. I love dwarf sp. Im looking forward to
    Seeing an id on these
    Any pics of the slings??
     
  5. Hornets inverts

    Hornets inverts Arachnobaron

    here we go, sling next to a 20mm screw, maybe closer to 10mm but still bloody tiny
     

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  6. Lopez

    Lopez Arachnoking Old Timer

    Overfed (primarily American) hobby spiders do not represent what wild tarantulas should look like in their natural state.

    There is nothing wrong with the shape or build of that spider. The elongated abdominal shape is common in the Selenocosmiinae.
     
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  7. Hornets inverts

    Hornets inverts Arachnobaron

    is a little small compared to alot of WC but not surprising seeing as not long ago dropped a sac but you are right, well fed captive spiders are nothing to go by when your talking bout WC specimens
     
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  8. creepa

    creepa Arachnosquire

    What a beautiful little creature, to bad that it will probably never be in the hobby outside Australia
     
  9. Hornets inverts

    Hornets inverts Arachnobaron

    We have a moult :). The moult measures approx 45mm
     

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  10. poisoned

    poisoned Arachnodemon

    I like that gray coloration and overall cuteness of this species :)
     
  11. matt82

    matt82 Arachnoknight

    Petty cool post there mate :clap: . What region were these found in?
     
  12. arachnidsrva

    arachnidsrva Arachnoknight

    yea that thing looks awesome for WC ! some of the rosea and avic that comes in bulk looks awful compared to that specimen

    good luck dude !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  13. Hornets inverts

    Hornets inverts Arachnobaron

    These guys are from the cape york region of north qld. Now i have a moult i will be sending it to Dr Robert Raven to see what he says
     
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  14. Storm76

    Storm76 Arachnoemperor

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    Interesting to say the least. While I'm not overly interested in that species, it would be interesting to learn what species it is at least...keep us posted, please.
     
  15. mcluskyisms

    mcluskyisms Arachnoangel

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    Steve Nunn would probably be the best guy to get in contact with over a possible ID, must say though its a lovely looking little species, nice shots too!