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All the plants are soft plastic FYI.
Crazy color and metallic shine on this t. Love it more with every molt.
Hopefully it's not HIS last supper, but it's the last meal he's getting from me before I ship him to his future mate on Wednesday.
Sven, my Poecilotheria metallica having a late night meal.
Suspect female C. versicolor munching a cricket. She loves her web hammock and I don't see her too often except for her feet. She is a beauty.
My almost 3"dls P. sazimai unsexed taking down a cricket this morning. I may rehouse this one today. Currently in a small critter keeper. Her...
Im not sure if this is quality enough to have any idea of it yet.
Hard to get a good angle photo of this one since she's always moving, but this one will have to do for now.
Not the best quality picture, but the best position I can take of her for now.
A very low light pic of her fanging her roach deep in her hide, illuminated by dim red LED light.
Color saturation untouched
3" Female I think??
T. stirmi with cricket
One of the biggest...
You can't see it, but it's feasting on a "chestbuster".