dyscolus

  1. chilobrachys sp. dyscolus blue

    chilobrachys sp. dyscolus blue

    chilobrachys sp. dyscolus blue just got today; a suspected male looks pretty healthy, I think. I've left him to adjust for a few days but wanted a few pics.
  2. chilobrachys sp. dyscolus blue

    chilobrachys sp. dyscolus blue

    chilobrachys sp. dyscolus blue just got today; a suspected male looks pretty healthy, I think. I've left him to adjust for a few days but wanted a few pics.
  3. Vietnam blue

    Vietnam blue

    Finally looking blue
  4. Chilobrachys vietnam blue

    Chilobrachys vietnam blue

  5. Chilobrachys dyscolus, immature male.

    Chilobrachys dyscolus, immature male.

  6. Chilobrachys dyscolus.

    Chilobrachys dyscolus.

    Larvae.
  7. Hungry beast

    Hungry beast

  8. Two crickets, one tarantula

    Two crickets, one tarantula

    Decisions, decisions...
  9. Lord of Terror

    Lord of Terror

    IMO more aggressive(bold) than my C. minax
  10. C. dyscolus blue

    C. dyscolus blue

    It is my understanding that the following are all synonymous: C. dyscolus blue C. sp vietnam blue C. discolus ‘south vietnam’
  11. 8x Slow Motion Feeding

    8x Slow Motion Feeding

    Just testing my camera. It's amazing how her feet stick to the cricket with only a slight touch.
  12. You can run, but you can't hide.

    You can run, but you can't hide.

    C. dyscolus chases down its prey. Full video in the comment.
  13. Hello

    Hello

    C. dyscolus
  14. Juicy cricket

    Juicy cricket

    eaten by C. dyscolus
  15. First Feeding Since Moult (GIF)

    First Feeding Since Moult (GIF)

    C. dyscolus moulted on 29/07/19. She was around the entrance and I took that as a green sign for feeding. Gave a small worm to sate her appetite, main dish will be loads of crickets.
  16. day 1  after rehousing

    day 1 after rehousing

    Not reacting to feeders yet... gotta give it some time.
  17. Vietnam blue

    Vietnam blue

  18. Digging and digging

    Digging and digging

    This little C. dyscolus made a mess on the surface. The area covered in thick web is the tunnel I made. Looks like they prefer digging 45 degrees diagonally when doing so naturally.
  19. C. dyscolus

    C. dyscolus

  20. C. dyscolus first feeding after moult

    C. dyscolus first feeding after moult

    She's actually eating a cricket
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