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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by Nightstalker47, Sep 5, 2018.
Phormictopus auratus female
Freshly molted Pterinochilus murinus.
Not even freshly molted but he's still stretching.
Thrixopelma ockerti is pretending to be a freshly molted tarantula.
Freshly molted Chilobrachys Sp. Electric Blue.
H sp Fire stretched out atop her exuvia
Freshly molted Grammostola iheringi.
Thrixopelma ockerti, stretch for nothing.
Freshly molted Orphnaecus philippinus.
Here is my freshly molted L. parahybana, apparently hugging it’s nemesis, the water dish.
A blurry B. sabulosum sling after a molt
And my mature male versicolor stretching out for a game of tug of war as I attempted to nudge him out of hiding so I could send him on a date. Guess he didn’t realize I was trying to get him some action
P. scrofa gal with some odd post-molt contortions
Brachypelma hamorii doing coco fibre angels
Stretch Dozer (♀ Grammostola pulchra 3.5")
Supergenic (♂ Acanthoscurria geniculata)