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She's nice looking and her carapace is smooth looking. She's a little past 2'' but not as large yet for breeding. Still a great eater.
She's growing up very fast, already a little past the 4'' mark. She really needs a rehouse soon.
So here i have molt of H.mac and i recognize it as female, just wanted to make sure. This things looks like spermatheca to me
Probably the cutest T picture I've ever taken. I love my girl
3" female Psalmopoeus cambridgei. Bought her at 3/4" in December 2018.
Terry checking out the hill behind her house
A really good shot of her hairs, I felt it might be good for reference someday.
Skyler, who is in pre-molt, tears a small hole in her webbing and sticks her butt out to poop.
She is very skittish, so the only photos I can ever get are through plastic.
She is hungry and recently molted. One of my favorites.
It''s an OBT. the LS is about 5-6cm. If someone can help me ID the sex of this tarantula, I'd be grateful.
Thank you very much in advance.
Sareena stuffing her face.
She's much more blue now and at a close 4'' since her last molt a while back. I expect more blue her next molt.
My female g actaeon, Scary Terry. Suspected to be about 4 years old
6 inch DLS
Adult female Omothymus Schioedtei
4cm molt. I see these things I believe they're from a female, but I'm still not sure at all, what do you think?
can anyone tell the sex of my pink toe based off this pic?? i took his molt into where i got him from and they said he was a girl
I love this girl so much. She was looking very thin after her most recent moult, but nothing that a couple of good meals couldn't solve.
Australian Redback widow