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I never catch this girl out - she is always in her burrow. I hope that changes as she gets larger.
I have two females and a male from the same sac - this girl is three times larger than the male and twice as large as the other female. Growth...
Spider freaked seconds after I pointed my camera at him but was able to get this shot first. Looking great
Adult female Bumba cabocla.
He flipped his water dish upside-down when I tried to place it in the enclosure.
1 1/4”. Mangled but more stretched out and dried. Final attempt. Looks empty to me, but I have a tenuous grasp on all this.
1 1/4”. May be too mangled to sex.
Should have named her Raggedy-Ann. Such a contrast from how sleek she looks post-molt. Still, what a gorgeous T.
Euathlus pulcherrimaklaasi - 3 - 3.5cm
Didn't even know this little sling was im pre-molt. Looks alot more like the real deal Brazilian Redhead!
Did some rehousing last night and was glad to find my little B. cabocla looking as if it's about to molt anytime soon.
4" adult female B. cabocla.
Bumba cabocla juvenile female - ~2".
When I went to fill his water dish, I found he had molted.