euathlus

  1. Sold as Grammostola pulchra [2/2]

    Sold as Grammostola pulchra [2/2]

    Says “she” will molt out of the patch and turn her black... I’m pretty sure at an inch and a half they would show black.. also I see stripes on the legs....
  2. Sold as Grammostola pulchra [1/2]

    Sold as Grammostola pulchra [1/2]

    Said it’s female 1.5”... not really sold on it being a Grammy... what do you all think? Looks more like Euathlus to me...
  3. Euathlus condorito Juvenile Female

    Euathlus condorito Juvenile Female

    Freshly moulted and starting to get some nice colouring in.
  4. Euathlus sp. "green"

    Euathlus sp. "green"

    Female Euathlus sp "green"
  5. Euathlus sp. "green"

    Euathlus sp. "green"

    Female Euathlus sp "green"
  6. 0.1 Euathlus sp Blue femur 2/2

    0.1 Euathlus sp Blue femur 2/2

  7. 0.1 Euathlus sp Blue femur 1/2

    0.1 Euathlus sp Blue femur 1/2

  8. Euathlus parvulus spiderling

    Euathlus parvulus spiderling

    I got three of these little babies a few months back. One molted for the second time in my care this week, but the other two are very small.
  9. Euathlus parvulus/manicata Adult Female

    Euathlus parvulus/manicata Adult Female

    I wish there were more of these guys around. They are stunningly gorgeous, have one of the best appetites I have ever seen, and they are always visible. They don't even hide when you disturb them. They are fairly skittish, though... and fast. Another misidentified species in the hobby.
  10. 0.1 MF H. chilensis, 3.25" [2/2]

    0.1 MF H. chilensis, 3.25" [2/2]

    For reference: mature female Homoeomma chilensis
  11. 0.1 MF H. chilensis, 3.25" [1/2]

    0.1 MF H. chilensis, 3.25" [1/2]

    For reference: mature female Homoeomma chilensis
  12. Euathlus manicata, spiderling

    Euathlus manicata, spiderling

    I didn't planned to get this one, but I don't regret it at all
  13. Euathlus pulcherrimaklaasi/truculentus Sub-Adult Female

    Euathlus pulcherrimaklaasi/truculentus Sub-Adult Female

    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 rates aren't always an indication of sex.
  14. Euathlus parvulus/manicata Adult Female

    Euathlus parvulus/manicata Adult Female

    Sold in Canada as parvulus, but is more than likely manicata. These guys don't get enough love and there are no downsides to them. They have unbelievable appetites. They are feistier and faster than people often think. They are hardy and stunning looking. Totally underrated.
  15. Euathlus condorito Ventral Sexing Comparison - 1.5"

    Euathlus condorito Ventral Sexing Comparison - 1.5"

    Female and male as labeled on the photo. Both almost the same size - around 1.5". Both are moult confirmed.
  16. Euathlus condorito Moult Confirmed Female - 1.5"

    Euathlus condorito Moult Confirmed Female - 1.5"

    For comparison purposes.
  17. Euathlus condorito vent sex

    Euathlus condorito vent sex

    This little baby is a voracious eater and has molted a ton but hasn’t grown all that much, which I kind of expected. Thoughts on sex?
  18. 0.1 Euathlus sp blue femur

    0.1 Euathlus sp blue femur

    Purchased as a Euathlus sp blue femur (IIRC somebody said that name is usally Euathlus truculentus) I flipped the uterus externus over so that it wasn’t over top of the spermathicae. Molt is 3” DLS 60x Magnification
  19. Euathlus condorito Juvenile Female - ~1.5"

    Euathlus condorito Juvenile Female - ~1.5"

    They have started looking really nice and more adult-like after their most recent moults.
  20. Euathlus pulcherrimaklaasi/green femur/truculentus?

    Euathlus pulcherrimaklaasi/green femur/truculentus?

    Sold as pulcherrimaklaasi, but I'm still not confident what species this is. Going by my research, she doesn't look like truculentus either. Could she be Euathlus green femur? Or pulcherrimaklaasi green? Freshly moulted and around 4".
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