panama

  1. Rehouse #3

    Rehouse #3

    Today I rehoused my little Ami sp. panama. She has been in a tiny film canister type container. She took her first live food yesterday. A very small cricket.
  2. Theraphosinae sp. Panama Mature Male

    Theraphosinae sp. Panama Mature Male

    It has been so difficult to get a half decent photograph of this little dude - I rarely see him outside his burrow. I think that might be the remnants of a sperm web too. I hope so, because I have a female waiting. :)
  3. Theraphosinae sp. Panama Sub-Adult Female

    Theraphosinae sp. Panama Sub-Adult Female

    Did I read somewhere that this species might be getting placed into Hapalopus?
  4. Is She Mature?

    Is She Mature?

    This was taken within a couple of hours of her moulting and was not given time to dry out. Species is Theraphosinae sp. Panama and she is 2.5".
  5. Theraphosinae Sp Panama

    Theraphosinae Sp Panama

  6. Theraphonsinae sp. Panama Female

    Theraphonsinae sp. Panama Female

    I rehoused these two, which gave me an opportunity to get some better photos of them. I have one moult confirmed female and one suspect female. They end up being smaller than I had originally been told. This is an awesome species - easy to care for, not prone to fasting, and mostly always visible.
  7. Theraphosinae Sp Panama

    Theraphosinae Sp Panama

  8. Theraphosinae Sp Panama

    Theraphosinae Sp Panama

  9. Theraphosinae sp. Panama Juvenile Female

    Theraphosinae sp. Panama Juvenile Female

    Freshly moulted and looking fabulous!! Plus, there is no image gallery for Theraphosinae.
  10. Theraphosinae sp. Panama Juvenile Female - 1.5"

    Theraphosinae sp. Panama Juvenile Female - 1.5"

  11. Theraphosinae Sp Panama sling

    Theraphosinae Sp Panama sling

  12. Theraphosinae sp. Panama

    Theraphosinae sp. Panama

  13. 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.
  14. Theraphosinae Sp Panama sling

    Theraphosinae Sp Panama sling

    premolt
  15. theraphosinae Sp Panama sling

    theraphosinae Sp Panama sling

    that booty
  16. Theraphosinae Sp Panama sling

    Theraphosinae Sp Panama sling

  17. Theraphosinae Sp Panama sling

    Theraphosinae Sp Panama sling

    I've only seen him a handful of times
  18. 4 1/2" P. Pulcher

    4 1/2" P. Pulcher

    M/F?
  19. Panama Tarantula

    Panama Tarantula

    This tarantula came up on our small porch and then walked off. What a surprise, and so beautiful! The vertical mango leaf on the left is 15cm long. Would really enjoy knowing more about it- can't identify on the web.
  20. Sericopelma rubronitens

    Sericopelma rubronitens

    Can someone tell me if male or female. Bought at LPS, about 4"+. Very active and skinny.
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