dwarf

  1. N. incei ventral shot

    N. incei ventral shot

    Roughly 2+ inches and has been in my care at 1/2 inch since Oct 2017. It does not have the appearance of having bulbous pedipalps so if its a male, im assuming its next molt should be its ultimate at this size?
  2. Cyriocosmus giganteus Sub-Adult Female ~2.5"

    Cyriocosmus giganteus Sub-Adult Female ~2.5"

    I am so in love with this girl - she is just stunning. And look at the cheek of her with her abdomen in the air! She cost me a fortune and I have zero regrets. Thankfully, she turned out female.
  3. Cyriocosmus ritae Female - 1.25"

    Cyriocosmus ritae Female - 1.25"

    It only took six individuals for me to finally get one female.
  4. Ami sp. Panama Adult Female

    Ami sp. Panama Adult Female

    Very underrated genus - although I think that all the dwarf species are underrated.
  5. Cyriocosmus leetzi

    Cyriocosmus leetzi

    Love my dwarves.
  6. Cyriocosmus giganteus Sub-Adult Female - 2.25"

    Cyriocosmus giganteus Sub-Adult Female - 2.25"

    What a relief that she is female.
  7. Cyriocosmus giganteus - 2"

    Cyriocosmus giganteus - 2"

    I was convinced that this tyke was male, but now I'm leaning towards female.
  8. Cyriocosmus giganteus Female - 2"

    Cyriocosmus giganteus Female - 2"

  9. Cyriocosmus ritae Spiderling

    Cyriocosmus ritae Spiderling

    Hoping for a female this time round.
  10. 00.00.15 L. australasiae 2i-3i

    00.00.15 L. australasiae 2i-3i

  11. 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.
  12. Gotcha!

    Gotcha!

    Finally got a nice pic of my C. ritae sling after its recent moult. :) It's at least 1/2 inch now. :D
  13. Cyriocosmus giganteus

    Cyriocosmus giganteus

    I rehoused this little devil and he sure gave me a run for my money. Just like the rest of the genus, and really all dwarf species, they are extremely fast and skittish. Just 24 hours later, he has made himself a nice tunnel system and had a big meal.
  14. Cyriocosmus bicolor (formerly chicoi) Adult Female

    Cyriocosmus bicolor (formerly chicoi) Adult Female

    Well, it was nice seeing her while it lasted.
  15. Cyriocosmus bicolor (formerly chicoi) Adult Female

    Cyriocosmus bicolor (formerly chicoi) Adult Female

    She has been out and about a lot more since I rehoused her. I am not expecting that will last very much longer, though.
  16. Cyriocosmus giganteus Spiderling

    Cyriocosmus giganteus Spiderling

    I know he doesn't look like much right now, and has a long way to go to grow into his name, but I was very excited about adding this little tyke.
  17. Cyriocosmus bicolor (formerly chicoi) Adult Female

    Cyriocosmus bicolor (formerly chicoi) Adult Female

    This is only the second time I have been able to photograph her - the first time was directly after I got her and before she burrowed.
  18. 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.
  19. Adult Female Cyriocosmus bertae - 1.5"

    Adult Female Cyriocosmus bertae - 1.5"

    I never see her, like most others from this genus.
  20. Cyriocosmus elegans Adult Female 1"

    Cyriocosmus elegans Adult Female 1"

    If I was only able to have one dwarf species - this would be the one.
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