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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by BoyFromLA, Jan 7, 2019.
• Brachypelma albopilosum
This will be the thread I return to if I ever become impatient with little baby spoods. Progress is so satisfying, even if it's vicarious
Love this thread!!! My slings are all new and small...can't wait to post pics here of their progress.
Can’t wait to see them growing!
March 21, 2017
Feb 13th 2019
• Caribena versicolor
• Orphnaecus philippinus
Minha L. paraybana jovem. Fêmea
com 8 cm. Adquirida hoje por mim.
T. blondi 6/5/2018
T. blondi 13/1/2019
B. boehmei 28/7/2017
B. boehmei 22/5/2018
B. vagans 11/11/2017
B. vagans 6/5/2018
• Encyocratella olivacea
Lovely T’s, and fabulous names. ❤️
Eupalaestrus campestratus, Calypso.
June 2016 - freshly moulted.
April 2019 - same stance.
Homoeomma chilensis, Totem.
Euathlus parvulus/manicata, Orleans
Avicularia metallica, Hemlock
December 2016 - the day I got him and in very bad shape.
Theraphosinae sp. Panama, Lyric.
Grammostola actaeon, Salem
Homoeomma sp. Blue/Thrixopelma lagunas, Indigo
Grammostola sp. Concepcion, Domino
Grammostola grossa, Jinx
Euathlus pulcherrimaklaasi/truculentus, Kenya
Was that the first of the sac to moult to 2i?
Yes, they are actually the same individual. I had given him to a friend, but she got concerned about him and gave him back to me. I chose this one for her, because he was the most robust and farthest along.
The girl I kept back was the opposite - she was well behind the rest and I didn't think she would make it. Now they are both doing well and I have a male for future breeding to my adult females. It worked out really well to get one of each sex.