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cyriocosmus elegans

  1. Cyriocosmus Elegans Burrow

    Cyriocosmus Elegans Burrow

    Cyriocosmus Elegans waiting for dinner to walk past their burrow.
  2. Cyriocosmus webbing

    Cyriocosmus webbing

    Very old footage of my first T back in 2018. Lives with more substrate now, don't worry. Still have this individual. Probably not the best starter species, but worked out for the two of us.
  3. It appears to have passed.

    It appears to have passed.

    My first T loss in a long time. This one I rarely saw and she came out for a short bit but refused food. No death curl thought she may be molting but no movement in 48 hours. See the drop of liquid coming out?
  4. Dead or molting?

    Dead or molting?

    So I have had this beautiful C. elegans for some time now and she has always molted in a web tube under substrate. She was out the other day but took no food. Now hasn't moved for a few days and was just in place looking normal. Now like this for hours?
  5. It's alive!!

    It's alive!!

    I have not seen this one in many months and finally she is out and about on her own. I suspect she freshly molted. Unsexed C. elegans and a pretty one.
  6. 1.25" Cyriocosmus elegans [ventral sexing]

    1.25" Cyriocosmus elegans [ventral sexing]

    Changed the lighting so it was more visible but, any guesses?
  7. 0.1 C. elegans

    0.1 C. elegans

    1" Cyriocosmus elegans female.
  8. MM Cyriocosmus elegans takes a worm

    MM Cyriocosmus elegans takes a worm

    This guy has barely eaten since he matured in mid March (at around 11 months of age), but he chowed down on a mealworm in a den surrounded by wall paintings done in his own filth today. Ya know. Guy stuff.
  9. Cyriocosmus elegans Adult Female

    Cyriocosmus elegans Adult Female

    This is the first time I have seen her full body in a year. All I ever get a glimpse of is toes.
  10. Cyriocosmus elegans

    Cyriocosmus elegans

  11. 0.1 C. elegans

    0.1 C. elegans

    1.1” DLS Female
  12. 0.1 C. elegans

    0.1 C. elegans

    1.1875” DLS
  13. 0.1 C. elegans

    0.1 C. elegans

    1.25” DLS
  14. Showing her colors

    Showing her colors

    My little C. elegans looking good. She molted about a week ago and had her first post molt meal yesterday.
  15. 0.1 C. elegans

    0.1 C. elegans

    Molt is a whopping 1" DLS and looks like she is mature already. LOL So tiny.
  16. Dman

    Any one else do this or am I really weird?

    I send these to my wife randomly. She still loves me even though she is not a big tarantula fan. I am not a very creative dude and mostly considered a man's man. However, when it comes to decorating enclosures and anything T related I can nerd out hard.
  17. My baby Cyriocosmus elegans

    My baby Cyriocosmus elegans

    So smol, so cute.
  18. So small so awesome

    So small so awesome

    My C. elegans is small but surprisingly big attitude. I rehoused today and she gave me the cutest threat pose.
  19. C. elegans

    C. elegans

  20. C. elegans remodeling

    C. elegans remodeling

    My corpulent C. elegans did some remodeling over the weekend to allow its burrow to accommodate its ponderous bulk. I think it’s about 1.5 inches now.
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