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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by Ungoliant, Feb 26, 2018.
That's a cutie!
But why do you have it in a terrestrial set-up???
That's what I call 'premoult'!
B. albo (Nicaragua) sling
And it moulted only a couple of hours later:
Got this little one today, along with another B. albopilosum and P. sazimai sling, but they were camera shy tonight.
When your caught peeking. A.genic sling,slow grower 2 molts behind sac mate.
Tormund (B hamorii) and Bean (H sp chilensis). Tormund guards that water cap off and on. Hubby says it's like her cat bed. Bean likes that tunnel. He is the only one who comes out to see what's up when his enclosure is opened. The others run off to the burrow or hide. My brave, teeny baby
My G. pulchripes .
I've enjoyed your pics of your T. ockerti. What do you think of this species so far? Trying to decide if I want to add it to my wish list . Thanks in advance!
So far, it’s one lovely tarantula. I highly recommend to get a sling and raise it from there.
Awesome, thank you .
My Female Monocentropus Balfouri
My Female Chromatopelma Cyaneopubescens
Bean in March. Bean now... not much has changed. Will my teeny one never grow!?!
My little Neoholothele incei getting a drink.
Here's my three for the moment. I'll try and geta better pic of my GBB later on.
Brachpelma emilia L2
Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens L3, molted in transit and lost a leg
Brachypelma albopilosum L3 mutt?
F enris My baby A geniculata. He/she's so little and cute!!!
Here's a few slightly better pics of my GBB sling. As you can see they lost a leg when they molted during the transport. Aside from that all's well They're by far the feistiest of my current three slings and actually tried attacking the brush I used to chivvy them along to the new enclosure
Finally caught my H pulchripes out, what a beauty.
@Marika what a beauty!
Here is my first T, Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens I just got from Fear Not Tarantulas.