giganteus

  1. Cyriocosmus giganteus 1.25” dls

    Cyriocosmus giganteus 1.25” dls

    A bit early to tell, maybe, but its ventral area looks like a Batman Funko Pop.
  2. Cyriocosmus giganteus 1.25” dls

    Cyriocosmus giganteus 1.25” dls

    Rehoused it this evening and finally got a good look at it since I picked it up in November. It molted about 6 days ago. Such a beautiful spider already! I tried to get a look at its underbits but sex inconclusive.
  3. Mastigoproctus giganteus Hunting

    Mastigoproctus giganteus Hunting

  4. Cyriocosmus giganteus Adult Female

    Cyriocosmus giganteus Adult Female

    Freshly moulted and looking very purple... which is a new look for her. I'm not complaining.
  5. Cyriocosmus giganteus Sub-Adult Female

    Cyriocosmus giganteus Sub-Adult Female

    Tangled in Webs has this species on their upcoming import list, it will only be the second time they have been in Canada ever. This girl is lonely and would love to have a boyfriend over for dinner one day. Now's your chance!
  6. Cyriocosmus giganteus Sub-Adult Female - ~3"

    Cyriocosmus giganteus Sub-Adult Female - ~3"

    I am rarely able to get a decent photo of her - she is extremely nervous and runs into her hide the moment that I disturb her enclosure. I was filling her water dish and she started attacking the stream, so I was able to snap a couple of photos of her.
  7. 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.
  8. Cyriocosmus giganteus Sub-Adult Female - 2.25"

    Cyriocosmus giganteus Sub-Adult Female - 2.25"

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

    Cyriocosmus giganteus - 2"

    I was convinced that this tyke was male, but now I'm leaning towards female.
  10. Olios Giganteus

    Olios Giganteus

    This is about a week post first molt in my care. She's eaten two small crickets and that booty's getting fat! She's at least 1.5 inches dls, but may be over 2", it's hard to tell with these leggy wonders.
  11. 2nd Identify

    2nd Identify

    My friend used to live in South Arizona, couple miles north of the border when he came across this arachnid! anyone know what species this is?!
  12. 2nd Identify

    2nd Identify

    My friend used to live in South Arizona, couple miles north of the border when he came across this arachnid! anyone know what species this is?!
  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 giganteus - Approximately 1"

    Cyriocosmus giganteus - Approximately 1"

    I think this might be the only individual in the country. If they are male, they are going to be sorely out of luck.
  15. She's Alive!

    She's Alive!

    I haven't seen my Mastigoproctus giganteus in over 3 months and she finally decided to make an appearance.
  16. Cyriocosmus giganteus Unsexed

    Cyriocosmus giganteus Unsexed

    The best I could do of this little tyke. Hoping for a female, since there is no way I will ever find a female if this one turns out male.
  17. 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.
  18. Giant Vinegaroon

    Giant Vinegaroon

  19. Vinegaroon Tank

    Vinegaroon Tank

  20. My New Giant Vinegaroon

    My New Giant Vinegaroon

    female Mastigoproctus giganteus
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