neischnocolus

  1. Neischnocolus sp Chica ~1"

    Neischnocolus sp Chica ~1"

    I have no idea how the spermatheca is supposed to look for this species but I guess this is a female?
  2. Neischnocolus yupanquii

    Neischnocolus yupanquii

    Unsexed juvenile
  3. Neischnocolus sp. Colombia Female ~1.5"

    Neischnocolus sp. Colombia Female ~1.5"

    I'm sure I saw spermathecae in her exuvia, but I'm not positive. I assume she would have hooked out by now if she had been male. This is the only survivor in the package that Canada Post lost for two weeks in April 2017. This is the only photo I have ever been able to get of her. She's lovely.
  4. Neischnocolus sp. "Panama"

    Neischnocolus sp. "Panama"

    New suit and partially regenerated leg for Toxin.
  5. Neischnocolus sp. Panama Adult Female (formerly Ami)

    Neischnocolus sp. Panama Adult Female (formerly Ami)

  6. Neischnocolus sp. Panama Adult Female

    Neischnocolus sp. Panama Adult Female

    Freshly moulted girlie out looking for a meal... which I have to go out and shop for later today.
  7. Ami sp. Panama Sub-Adult/Adult Female

    Ami sp. Panama Sub-Adult/Adult Female

    This is a lovely dwarf species who tends to be out in the open more often than many other species.
  8. Ami sp. Colombia

    Ami sp. Colombia

    The tiniest tarantula that I have ever had and the only survivor of a shipment that Canada Post lost for two weeks last spring. He came to me at 1/8" and I could barely see him even with my reading glasses on. Nearly a year later, he is looking fabulous!
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