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Toff22's Araneomorphae and other Mygalomorphae

Discussion in 'True Spiders & Other Arachnids' started by Toff202, May 2, 2016.

  1. Toff202

    Toff202 Arachnoknight

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    0.1 Viridasius sp. "sylvestrisform"
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    0.1 Linothele megatheloides
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    1.0 Holconia insignis (mature)
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  2. pannaking22

    pannaking22 Arachnoking Active Member

    Great shots of some beautiful spiders! Thanks for sharing!
     
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  3. Toff202

    Toff202 Arachnoknight

    Thanks! You're welcome :)
     
  4. Toff202

    Toff202 Arachnoknight

    Since I can't edit this post anymore, I'd like to note that I've found out that this is male is not yet mature.
     
  5. Toff202

    Toff202 Arachnoknight

    Holconia insignis, adult female post-molt
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  6. Venom1080

    Venom1080 Arachnoking Active Member

    wow, only had a true spider molt once in my care. very different than Ts.. that linothele can give any h mac or Ceratogyrus sp a run for their money! im just starting getting into true spiders and i am finding them just as fascinating as my tarantulas. lovely specimens btw.
     
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  7. Toff202

    Toff202 Arachnoknight

    And they are even more beautiful in real life :) I find them more fascinating then tarantulas. I'm thinking about selling about half of my tarantula collection and just replacing them with Araneomorphae :D
     
  8. Em the bug

    Em the bug Arachnopeon

    Great pictures, and I love that webbing by the Linothele megatheloides.
     
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  9. Toff202

    Toff202 Arachnoknight

    Thanks!
     
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  10. Venom1080

    Venom1080 Arachnoking Active Member

    Haha why not both?
     
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  11. Toff202

    Toff202 Arachnoknight

    That's what I mean, 50/50 Aranoneomorphae/Mygalomorphae. But in general, I find Araneomorphae to be more interesting, especially Ctenidae and Sparassidae.
     
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  12. Venom1080

    Venom1080 Arachnoking Active Member

    wheni was younger all i wanted was to find a giant spider, now i can, in my room. ive always liked tarantulas because of their size, if their colorful, all the better than. i picked a E. walckaeneri sling and cant wait for it to grow. that will be my first non native true spider. theres some very interesting true spiders out there, im getting more into them slowly but surely.
     
  13. Toff202

    Toff202 Arachnoknight

    The same female after she hardened
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    Heteropoda sp. "Ozelot" (sub)adult female
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  14. Toff202

    Toff202 Arachnoknight

    Ancylometes bogotensis "Colombia"
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  15. Toff202

    Toff202 Arachnoknight

    Holconia insignis, adult female
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  16. Philth

    Philth N.Y.H.C. Arachnosupporter

    Hmm, my thread has competition lol, nice spiders !

    Later, Tom
     
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  17. Toff202

    Toff202 Arachnoknight

    This is not even close to competition :D
    Thanks!
     
  18. Toff202

    Toff202 Arachnoknight

    Heteropoda venatoria
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    Ancylometes bogotensis "Colombia"
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  19. Toff202

    Toff202 Arachnoknight

    Linothele fallax
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    Ctenidae sp. "Mali"
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    Ctenidae sp. "Red Fang"
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    0.1 Heteropoda sp. "Ozelot"
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  20. Toff202

    Toff202 Arachnoknight

    1.0 Viridasius sp. "sylvestrisform"
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    Heteropoda venatoria
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