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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by codykrr, Dec 30, 2008.
That funny, you see a leg! Great pics.
Well this sucks.
I was hoping my Male M. robustum would mature this molt, because my girl molted three weeks ago. I was and am dying to pair them!
Well he molted alright....but not mature.
Anyway, here are some pictures.
Still one of the calmest Ts I have ever had. Today was the first time he even ever attempted to flick hairs at me. but once he was out all was well. I love the funny pose's and "strutting" this species does.
Now my female...she is a mean ole' heffer!
Nice pics, my M. robustum is super defensive. I still have not had a chance to sex it as of yet though.
Absolutely stunning! :drool:
5 inch(maybe a tad bigger) Female P. irminia, freshly molted.
Being her usual self.
MM B. albopilosum. freshly matured. I will be pairing him with my female as soon as she molts and eats a few time.(which should be soon)
I love the true B. vagans photo! I assume she's had a recent molt based on the intense black velvet coloration?
Actually I cant remember if she had molted yet in that picture or not. :?
gorgeous species none the less. I really want to get a "Florida B. vagans" There colors are a lot more pronounced.
I know she is a beast when it comes to eating though. Between her and my B. albopilosum female there are some of the feistiest eaters I own.
Nice pics of the robustum and irminia Cody. I sorta want to get one of those robustums now.
You wouldnt regret it by any means.
give em some!!
give em some HONEYBEES!!!! :clap:
^ I believe I will stick with what works best for my collection...roaches.
been a while since I posted any pics. been sorta preoccupied with other things.
anyway, here is a picture of my Female H. villosella sitting on a sac. She is about 2 inches, and the sac is literally the size of a frozen pea. excited to see what this yields.
How long did it take? Mine are like the 48th day or around that and have not darkened yet?