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He/she is around 1.5"... Probably too early to tell, but wth, i might give it a shot :) So, educated guesses, leaning towards male or female? :)
The eyes and the fangs are the only parts of its body that aren’t safety orange.
O. sp. blue panay
Raised from sling
Does anyone here has these species aswel?
I'm sorry for the bad picture. I'm almost sure it's a she, but if someone can help me confirm it that'd be great.
Thank you very much.
I'm about 60% sure it is a male, but can someone please confirm it for me?
She's much more blue now and at a close 4'' since her last molt a while back. I expect more blue her next molt.
My first Orp at 2.5" DLS.
What species is this?
Hi! I wonder if anyone can help me Id this, I caught it in an agrecosystem (Philippines),burrowing 4 cm spinnerets to chelicerae. I also have a...
Male or female?
The first slaying in its new enclosure, a clean head shot. Juvie O. philippinus.
I don't know if this is a good enough picture to even use, but it's the first time I could even get my hands on a molt from this one, so I thought...
Not the best pic, taken through the side of the enclosure, but: I Finally Saw Her!!!
O. philippinus sling eating a mini mealworm in its water dish.
Orphnaecus sp. 'Blue Panay” - Female
Molt 2" dls. 3/4" @ May 2017. Not too familiar with spermathecae being as spread apart. Wanted to get some second opinions.