nicaragua

  1. 0.1 T. albopilosus (Nicaragua)

    0.1 T. albopilosus (Nicaragua)

    Moult is about 3 3/4".
  2. Brachypelma albopilosum Nicaragua Juvenile Female

    Brachypelma albopilosum Nicaragua Juvenile Female

    She is around 3".
  3. Freshly moulted!

    Freshly moulted!

    My juvenile female B. albopilosum (Nicaragua) moulted yesterday, looking very fluffy. ♥
  4. 0.1 B. albopilosum

    0.1 B. albopilosum

    My juvenile female B. albopilosum moulted yesterday, her moult was 3 1/4" and this time, I had the patience to let the moult dry before taking a shot. ;)
  5. Brachypelma albopilosum Nicaragua x4 - all ~2"

    Brachypelma albopilosum Nicaragua x4 - all ~2"

    Numbering corresponds to the previous epiandrous fusillae gallery photo.
  6. All Brachypelma albopilosum Nicaragua - ~2"

    All Brachypelma albopilosum Nicaragua - ~2"

  7. 0.1 B. albopilosum (Nicaragua)

    0.1 B. albopilosum (Nicaragua)

    My juvenile female B. albopilosum moulted 2 days ago. Moult is 2 1/4", she's about 2 3/4" now. :)
  8. B. albo MM Sr. Floof 8 Months

    B. albo MM Sr. Floof 8 Months

    Still going strong, but balding now at 8 months. Still eats and drinks fine though, so we'll see how much longer until he goes.
  9. 2nd instar B. albopilosum Nicaragua Slings

    2nd instar B. albopilosum Nicaragua Slings

    Most of them are 2nd instar now, but a little bit of 1st instar left. I know it's hard to tell since they're clutched up, but enjoy the picture.
  10. How to protect a egg sac

    How to protect a egg sac

  11. Brachypelma albopilosum Nicaragua - ~1.5"

    Brachypelma albopilosum Nicaragua - ~1.5"

    I checked the exuvia and I didn't see anything resembling a uterus externus, or spermathecae, so I have already marked this tyke as male. I thought I would try to get a ventral shot to double check and now I am not too sure.
  12. Nicaraguan Beauty

    Nicaraguan Beauty

  13. 0.1 B. albopilosum (Nicaragua)

    0.1 B. albopilosum (Nicaragua)

    First decent picture of my little girl (2") after her recent moult. I got her as a 2i about 7 months ago. :)
  14. 0.1 B. albopilosum (Nicaragua)

    0.1 B. albopilosum (Nicaragua)

    My B. albopilosum (now 2") moulted this morning and look what I've got! YAY! :D
  15. MM Sr. Floof 4 months since Final Molt

    MM Sr. Floof 4 months since Final Molt

    After 4 months since he became MM and still going strong, no signs of super old age yet. And still eats like a champ.
  16. B. albopilosum

    B. albopilosum

    Do you guys see what I'm seeing? I know it's very small (moult about 1"), but it was the first intact moult I got in ages, so I had to try and sex my little sling. And it looks like a girl, right? :)
  17. Nicaraguan Spider ID Request

    Nicaraguan Spider ID Request

    Found in a cave at Masaya volcano Nicaragua. It was not that big, since it has been 4 years I forgot size. I think body length was about 3-4cm.
  18. Lilah's first dubia!

    Lilah's first dubia!

    I usually feed my older tarantulas crickets but the dubia nympths I got for my only sling have now grown up. Trying them out :)
  19. sheetssha

    Brachypelma albopilosum (Nicaraguan Curly Hair) Feeding Question

    Hi all, Quick question, and I'm sure it's nothing to worry about. I have a juvenile B. albopilosum that hasn't eating in about a month. I also notice a small bald spot on its rear. My assumption is that it is preparing for its adult molt, but I thought I would run it by the experts to be...
  20. 0.1 B. albopilosum

    0.1 B. albopilosum

    Relaxed 3.25” dls and is identical to my male that molted three days after this girl did. Acquired April 2017 at 1/2”. Seller has stated he has never received Nicaraguan variants (not that he knows of?). But she’s looking like one... Is she?
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