Advertisement Well, it seems I finally have enough pedes to make my own photo thread. Enjoy! Dark Tiger form Ethmostigmus rubripes. These come from somewhere in Central Queensland, and are one of the largest rubripes variants. The collector I got this one off finds ~20cm individuals with a degree of frequency. Regular tiger rubripes feeding on a grape. I attempted interaction with this individual the "old" way, and now it's bitey as hell, so I can't handle it. I worked with another tiger (the one shown after this one) a different way, and it's fully calmed down now. Tiger form rubripes #2. This one I worked with using the same method I used on my late S. morsitans, with excellent results. No handling pics as of yet. Small green form E. rubripes.