ami

  1. Neischnocolus sp Chica ~1"

    Neischnocolus sp Chica ~1"

    I have no idea how the spermatheca is supposed to look for this species but I guess this is a female?
  2. Rehouse #3

    Rehouse #3

    Today I rehoused my little Ami sp. panama. She has been in a tiny film canister type container. She took her first live food yesterday. A very small cricket.
  3. Little guy

    Little guy

    sp. panama sling. Just molted last week. Can't wait for it to grow and get it's colors.
  4. Ami sp. "Panama"

    Ami sp. "Panama"

    New suit for Toxin (minus a leg).
  5. Ami sp. "Panama"

    Ami sp. "Panama"

    New suit for Toxin.
  6. Ami sp. 'Panama'

    Ami sp. 'Panama'

    New suit for this little one.
  7. Ami sp. Panama Adult Female

    Ami sp. Panama Adult Female

    Very underrated genus - although I think that all the dwarf species are underrated.
  8. Ami sp. 'Panama'

    Ami sp. 'Panama'

    Freshly moulted sling.
  9. Ami sp. Colombia

    Ami sp. Colombia

    Freshly moulted and still only about an inch. I've had this little one over a year and was the smallest tarantula that I have ever had - they were only 1/8" when I got them. Slow growing for a dwarf species. I will never be able to sex this tyke.
  10. 0.1 Ami sp. panama

    0.1 Ami sp. panama

  11. Ami sp. Panama Sub-Adult/Adult Female

    Ami sp. Panama Sub-Adult/Adult Female

    This is a lovely dwarf species who tends to be out in the open more often than many other species.
  12. Ami sp. Colombia

    Ami sp. Colombia

    The tiniest tarantula that I have ever had and the only survivor of a shipment that Canada Post lost for two weeks last spring. He came to me at 1/8" and I could barely see him even with my reading glasses on. Nearly a year later, he is looking fabulous!
  13. Snipes

    Genus Ami

    Ami bladsei. These are wild pics, no captive Ami that I know of. Found in Panama. Thanks to Ray Gabriel for ID.
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