Second pic of a freshly molted Amber and her hecked up leg. She can move it a little at the base but other than that it seems useless. I think once it dries up she'll probably drop it. If not, I'm not completely sure how it'll go the next time she molts.
Amber molted for me this morning, but for whatever reason didn't flip, my first time witnessing an upright molt. Her missing leg looks like it made an attempt to regenerate before she molted, but something went wrong (perhaps due to the upright molt?) and it came out rather gross and mangled.
So I've been looking online at pictures and I can't seem to reach a good decision about it. In most of the pictures I see, Ts have a very clear dark almost perfect circle. I can't see one here... but the whole area is pretty hairy. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Found this in my yard. Been told it's to light to be hentzi as hentzi has more black in it. As far as I know hentzi is the only wild T in my area(southern Arkansas). Maybe just a large spider? I am very new to the T world so any help would be appreciated.
Found another MM A. hentzi looking for love who had stopped in the middles of the road for a minute to take a breather from his long walk. These two pictures are the same male, but my lighting was bad since it was dusk and he wouldn't hold still for the second picture.