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Fresh paint job and a rehouse for this little fella. It's been 2 months since I seeing it clearly.
My little sling.
Alphonopelma seemanni mature female
My Seemani is beautifuul
My darling Audrey.
So far this is the best photo I can get of my A. seemani. I know it's not the greatest. I believe the DLS is 3" or 3.5" at most. I'm really bad at...
Dull looking little dude.
Had to apply emergency cornstarch to a leak on her abdomen a few months ago. Happy to say she's doing great now.
about 3 inches, give or take :-)
iNaturalist says this is Aphonopelma steindachneri but I wanted to post here and make sure since no one on iNat is confirming or denying. Thanks...
My feisty little wench who I adore.
I am pretty sure it’s a she but want a second pair of eyes on this. Thoughts? (dwarf sp) Ignore that orange crumb of substrate on the glass under...
My little fatty.
Recently I visited a Tarantula festival in Coarsegold California. There was a lady letting people hold this extremely docile and curious...
Aphonopelma seemanni about four inches was told it is a supposed female looking for a more accurate confirmation?
Found in the Lake Casitas area (SoCal), very long, thin legs. Any idea on what species this could be? thanks in advance.
Pet store find. Called a “stripe knee”
Any help would be appreciated