adult female

  1. Namea Salanitri AF

    Namea Salanitri AF

    Big girl almost as long as my thumb now. While i bought her as Namea Salanitri, her colouration is quite on the metallic side and more typical of Aname sp.
  2. My lasiodora parahybana

    My lasiodora parahybana

    Just Aragog being a sweet girl.
  3. A. seemanni

    A. seemanni

    Adult female Aphonopelma seemanni.
  4. Missulena Occatoria AF

    Missulena Occatoria AF

    Took this biological nailclipper out yesterday to pack her away. Unfortunately they lose their boopable, bumbly cuteness as they grow, although they are still very clumsy and uncoordinated
  5. Hadronyche Cerberea AF

    Hadronyche Cerberea AF

    Atracid with the highest bite envenomation rate (75%). This girl is getting packed away (in a proper shipping container) for my move down south. She nearly jumped the container onto my hand after this, definitely the last time i get complacent around my hot species
  6. My LP

    My LP

    Some people are say it may be just an ugly brown spider, but i love her temper and looks
  7. 0.1 Psalmopoeus pulcher

    0.1 Psalmopoeus pulcher

    Banshee rocking her new suit.
  8. Sold as Brachypelma Hamorii [2/2]

    Sold as Brachypelma Hamorii [2/2]

    Just wanting to make sure if this is an actual Hamorii and not Smithi, I have a subadult male that I plan to pair her with in the future and I do not want to cross them in case.
  9. Sold as Brachypelma Hamorii [1/2]

    Sold as Brachypelma Hamorii [1/2]

    Just wanting to make sure if this is an actual Hamorii and not Smithi, I have a subadult male that I plan to pair her with in the future and I do not want to cross them in case.
  10. Aphonopelma seemanni, AF

    Aphonopelma seemanni, AF

    Pretty girl makes me worry a lot, as seen in my recent thread. Next step is to improve soil situation.
  11. 0.1 Psalmopoeus ecclesiasticus

    0.1 Psalmopoeus ecclesiasticus

    Mercury rocking her new suit.
  12. 0.1 Chilobrachys huahini

    0.1 Chilobrachys huahini

    Tremor rocking her new suit, she moulted like a month and a half ago but this is the first time I've been able to get a pic.
  13. T.albopilosus female

    T.albopilosus female

    Having a wild hair day as usual!
  14. 0.1 N. tripepii

    0.1 N. tripepii

    Nhandu tripepii adult female molted last month, this pic is the other day.
  15. 0.1 P. cambridgei

    0.1 P. cambridgei

    P. cambridgei freshly molted after laying an egg sac.
  16. 0.1 Acanthoscurria geniculata

    0.1 Acanthoscurria geniculata

    Rogue stuffing her face.
  17. 0.1 Psalmopoeus irminia

    0.1 Psalmopoeus irminia

    Shadowcat doing a lurk.
  18. Avicularia avicularia Adult Female - Juniper

    Avicularia avicularia Adult Female - Juniper

    I put off getting Avicularia for so many years and this girl was my first. She's old now, well over a decade, and doesn't have the best appetite anymore. Her moults are coming three years apart and I am always prepared for her to go.
  19. 0.1 A. seemanni

    0.1 A. seemanni

    Don't see this girl out very often. Managed to sneak a quick pic!
  20. Homoeomma chilensis Adult Female

    Homoeomma chilensis Adult Female

    Well, it seems that the pairing of both my females was a bust... again. I paired them in the fall, cooled them over December - February, warmed, fed, and watered them through March, and they certainly don't look gravid. I'm crushed.
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