mature female

  1. pairing t blondi

    pairing t blondi

    1st pairing t blondi 8molt female
  2. Harpactirella lightfooti

    Harpactirella lightfooti

    6cm Mature female freshly molted.
  3. Hungry Petra (♀ Brachypelma emilia 4.5")

    Hungry Petra (♀ Brachypelma emilia 4.5")

  4. Thirsty Petra (♀ Brachypelma emilia 4.5")

    Thirsty Petra (♀ Brachypelma emilia 4.5")

    Proof that even the desert dwellers use their water dishes.
  5. B albopilosum

    B albopilosum

    Mature female just in the right spot for a pic
  6. Derp (♀ Avicularia avicularia 5")

    Derp (♀ Avicularia avicularia 5")

    Skyler seemed to forget that she had sealed off her entrance when she tried to come out and poop. Afterwards, she had one leg stuck through a second hole.
  7. Pair of A. geniculata

    Pair of A. geniculata

    Male on the right, hes one molt away from giving me slings
  8. Adorable chub

    Adorable chub

    Gravid M.Bradleyi. Pairing seems to have been successful. If she lays, this should be the first ever successful captive breeding of this elusive species despite their large wild distribution
  9. The Catch

    The Catch

    Hadronyche Valida, adult female
  10. P metallica pair

    P metallica pair

  11. cant wait

    cant wait

    I have a Male that matured out weeks ago and i know this girl is due for a molt so I'm impatiently waiting for her to molt.
  12. Surprise escape artist

    Surprise escape artist

    Yuki (Aname sp. Gold) was outside as usual, wanting food. The moment she got her cricket, she launched off her bark and onto my hand. I will be much more careful managing her feeding now for her own safety
  13. Miss Hissypants (♀ Ceratogyrus marshalli 5")

    Miss Hissypants (♀ Ceratogyrus marshalli 5")

    I just rehoused her the day before, and she hasn't yet figured out that she can dig.
  14. Belly Rub? (♀ Ceratogyrus marshalli 5")

    Belly Rub? (♀ Ceratogyrus marshalli 5")

  15. Skyler Doin' a Lurk (♀ Avicularia avicularia 5")

    Skyler Doin' a Lurk (♀ Avicularia avicularia 5")

    All glory to the hypnotoes!
  16. Petra (♀ Brachypelma emilia 4.5")

    Petra (♀ Brachypelma emilia 4.5")

    Floof alert!
  17. Survivor (Trichonephila clavipes) [2/2]

    Survivor (Trichonephila clavipes) [2/2]

    Ever since the county started spraying for mosquitoes in this area, there have been very few Nephila clavipes. This skinny female (she may have just made a sac) clings to life.
  18. Survivor (Trichonephila clavipes) [1/2]

    Survivor (Trichonephila clavipes) [1/2]

    Ever since the county started spraying for mosquitoes in this area, there have been very few Nephila clavipes. This skinny female (she may have just made a sac) clings to life.
  19. 5" Female Ceratogyrus marshalli [ventral sexing]

    5" Female Ceratogyrus marshalli [ventral sexing]

    This species is sexually dimorphic; it's easier to look for the presence of a horn. This is just a reference image.
  20. Adult Ceratogyrus marshalli Enclosure

    Adult Ceratogyrus marshalli Enclosure

    My Ceratogyrus marshalli outgrew her old enclosure, so I rehoused her yesterday.
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