Ornithoctoninae sp. "Haribon" (suspect female)
CrazyOrnithoctonineGuy

Ornithoctoninae sp. "Haribon" (suspect female)

My biggest T (rest are slings) and my most rarely seen T (discounting feet appearances). This is the only decent pic of her (?) that I have.

Is there a gallery for undescribed arboreal ornithoctonines specifically? Might be useful seeing how many Asian arboreals are in the trade now...
Definitely needs more substrate and, in the next molt or two, a bigger enclosure. But nice T. As far as a thread for I described species. You might be able to check in picture threads or species threads. If you can’t find one, start one.
 
Definitely needs more substrate and, in the next molt or two, a bigger enclosure. But nice T. As far as a thread for I described species. You might be able to check in picture threads or species threads. If you can’t find one, start one.
The sub depth is something I wish I'd have done differently: I ran out of substrate while setting this up (I also had to use the same bag for two other enclosures, each housing O. sp. "Phan Cay" juveniles, which is where most of that bag went). She's created a dirt curtain between the two cork flats and stays in there most of the time.

And yeah, I do plan to rehouse this T after her next molt, and maybe even before then (she's molted twice since I've had her). She's been growing at an astonishing rate-I got her as a 2" DLS juvenile and she's closing in on 4" DLS after just two molts and around two and a half months. I actually put her in this enclosure right away after I got her in case she grew quickly, but she's already starting to outgrow it.
 

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