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Brachypelma

For pictures of tarantulas from the genus Brachypelma.

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Categories

  1. I Don't Pay Attention to Where I Post My Pictures
  2. Tarantulas
    1. Tarantula Sexing
      1. Spermathecae sexing (Molts)
      2. Epiandrous fusillae sexing (Not Molts)
    2. Tarantula Identification
    3. Genus Galleries
      1. Acanthoscurria
      2. Ami
      3. Antillena
      4. Aphonopelma
      5. Augacephalus
      6. Avicularia
      7. Bacillochilus
      8. Bistriopelma
      9. Bonnetina
      10. Brachypelma
      11. Bumba
      12. Caribena
      13. Catanduba
      14. Catumiri
      15. Ceratogyrus
      16. Chaetopelma
      17. Chilobrachys
      18. Chromatopelma
      19. Citharacanthus
      20. Coremiocnemis
      21. Cotztetlana
      22. Crassicrus
      23. Cyclosternum
      24. Cyriocosmus
      25. Cyriopagopus
      26. Cyrtopholis
      27. Davus
      28. Dolichothele
      29. Encyocratella
      30. Ephebopus
      31. Euathlus
      32. Eucratoscelus
      33. Eupalaestrus
      34. Grammostola
      35. Hapalopus
      36. Haploclastus
      37. Haplocosmia
      38. Harpactira
      39. Harpactirella
      40. Heteroscodra
      41. Heterothele
      42. Holothele
      43. Homoeomma
      44. Hysterocrates
      45. Idiothele
      46. Iridopelma
      47. Kochiana
      48. Lampropelma
      49. Lasiodora
      50. Lasiodorides
      51. Lyrognathus
      52. Megaphobema
      53. Metriopelma
      54. Monocentropus
      55. Neischnocolus
      56. Neoholothele
      57. Neostenotarsus
      58. Nhandu
      59. Omothymus
      60. Ornithoctonus
      61. Orphnaecus
      62. Pachistopelma
      63. Pamphobeteus
      64. Paraphysa
      65. Pelinobius
      66. Phlogiellus
      67. Phormictopus
      68. Phormingochilus
      69. Phrixotrichus
      70. Plesiopelma
      71. Poecilotheria
      72. Proshapalopus
      73. Psalmopoeus
      74. Psednocnemis
      75. Pseudhapalopus
      76. Pseudoclamoris
      77. Pterinochilus
      78. Pterinopelma
      79. Schismatothele
      80. Scopelobates
      81. Selenocosmia
      82. Selenotholus
      83. Selenotypus
      84. Sericopelma
      85. Sphaerobothria
      86. Stichoplastoris
      87. Stromatopelma
      88. Tapinauchenius
      89. Theraphosa
      90. Thrigmopoeus
      91. Thrixopelma
      92. Tliltocatl
      93. Typhochlaena
      94. Vitalius
      95. Xenesthis
      96. Ybyrapora
  3. Other Spiders
  4. Other Arachnids
  5. Scorpions
    1. Family Galleries
      1. Bothriruridae
      2. Buthidae
      3. Caraboctonidae
      4. Chactidae
      5. Chaerilidae
      6. Diplocentridae
      7. Euscorpiidae
      8. Hemiscorpiidae
      9. Heteroscorpionidae
      10. Hormuridae
      11. Iuridae
      12. Liochelidae
      13. Microcharmidae
      14. Pseudochactidae
      15. Scorpionidae
      16. Scorpiopidae
      17. Superstitioniidae
      18. Troglotayosicidae
      19. Urodacidae
      20. Vaejovidae
  6. Myriapods
  7. Insects
  8. Other Invertebrates
  9. Not So Spineless Wonders
  10. Enclosures and Setups
  11. Random Images

Recent Comments

  1. spideyspinneret78
    Yes technically. But it would probably help a lot if you used a magnifying glass, or even better a dissecting scope if you have one available.
  2. Liquifin
    Yes, male.
  3. The Grym Reaper
    @extrovertinvert na, fusillae would be a circular, triangular, or teardrop shaped patch.
  4. Rhino1
    @RezonantVoid yes it's almost a shame they have to grow up
  5. Rhino1
    @MasterOogway is right, leaf changes for several hundred in multiple enclosures once or twice a week is heck a lot of work, especially when they are tiny.

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