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  1. Nhandu coloratovillosus Suspect Male - ~2"

    Nhandu coloratovillosus Suspect Male - ~2"

    I think both of them are male. :(
  2. Aphonopelma eutylenum Juvenile Female

    Aphonopelma eutylenum Juvenile Female

  3. Grammostola sp. Formosa Juvenile Female

    Grammostola sp. Formosa Juvenile Female

    Typical Grammostola - filling her water dish with substrate and defiantly sitting in it when I try to empty it.
  4. Psalmopoeus cambridgei

    Psalmopoeus cambridgei

    New suit for Lasher.
  5. Thrixopelma lagunas Juvenile Female - 2"

    Thrixopelma lagunas Juvenile Female - 2"

    Freshly moulted.
  6. Avicularia avicularia Juvenile Male - 3"

    Avicularia avicularia Juvenile Male - 3"

    Little dude just got his adult colours. I have an unrelated adult female that I will be breeding him to next spring when he matures. This boy was one of two I kept back from an egg sac I had last year. The other is a female.
  7. 0.1 Megaphobema mesomelas

    0.1 Megaphobema mesomelas

    Blink rocking her new suit.
  8. 0.1 Megaphobema mesomelas

    0.1 Megaphobema mesomelas

    Blink rocking her new suit.
  9. 0.1 Brachypelma klaasi

    0.1 Brachypelma klaasi

    Agony rocking her new suit.
  10. 0.1 Brachypelma albiceps

    0.1 Brachypelma albiceps

    Nico rocking her new suit.
  11. Thunderdome (♀ Grammostola pulchra 3.5") [3/3]

    Thunderdome (♀ Grammostola pulchra 3.5") [3/3]

    I put a roach in this LED lightbulb cover and placed that in Dozer's enclosure to see how she would solve the puzzle. I got impatient after about 15 minutes, but when I checked later, I found her in there eating the roach. Dozer got tired of me snapping photos and took her ball home.
  12. Thunderdome (♀ Grammostola pulchra 3.5") [2/3]

    Thunderdome (♀ Grammostola pulchra 3.5") [2/3]

    I put a roach in this LED lightbulb cover and placed that in Dozer's enclosure to see how she would solve the puzzle. I got impatient after about 15 minutes, but when I checked later, I found her in there eating the roach.
  13. Thunderdome (♀ Grammostola pulchra 3.5") [1/3]

    Thunderdome (♀ Grammostola pulchra 3.5") [1/3]

    I put a roach in this LED lightbulb cover and placed that in Dozer's enclosure to see how she would solve the puzzle. I got impatient after about 15 minutes, but when I checked later, I found her in there eating the roach.
  14. P. Adumbratus fresh out of molt

    P. Adumbratus fresh out of molt

    One of my Adumbratus showing their face after being in molt for over a week.
  15. 0.1 Grammostola sp. "Concepción"

    0.1 Grammostola sp. "Concepción"

    Corsair doing a lurk.
  16. 1.0 Phormictopus auratus

    1.0 Phormictopus auratus

    Frenzy rocking his new suit.
  17. 2.5" Monocentropus balfouri [molt sexing]

    2.5" Monocentropus balfouri [molt sexing]

    This looks male to me. Thoughts?
  18. Thrixopelma sp. Cajamarca Juvenile Female - ~2.5"

    Thrixopelma sp. Cajamarca Juvenile Female - ~2.5"

    This species is going to go down as a top favourite of mine, for sure, but I just wish that they would GROW already!!
  19. 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.
  20. Euathlus condorito Moult Confirmed Female - 1.5"

    Euathlus condorito Moult Confirmed Female - 1.5"

    For comparison purposes.
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