0.1.0 Pseudhapalopus sp. "Blue"
Arachnophoric

0.1.0 Pseudhapalopus sp. "Blue"

Color on this girl is gorgeous, even though it looks like she may be in need of a molt here soon.
@Nightstalker47 Based on other pictures of adults, it looks like they just get better with age. Most of them look to be an insanely iridescent sky blue, which is what makes me think this girl is due to molt with how dark she is - even so, I'm in complete agreeance. A stunning species that I haven't seen much of outside of the microscopic slings.
 
@JavaJacketOC that's awesome! How long have you had them, and how much have they grown? From what I understand, the slings grow at a glacial rate, which is why I opted for a sexed subadult. She's pushing 2 1/2-3".
 
@Arachnophoric They are are i2 and probably 1/16"....the only thing I've had this small was a c.bertae...I've only had them for about a month and they haven't molted yet. Where the hell did you find a confirmed female that size for sale?!?
 
@JavaJacketOC So small!! I wonder how large of egg sacs they have with offspring so small.

I snagged this girl at Arachnoiden, I saw her listed and couldn't pass her up. :)
 

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Pseudhapalopus
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