peruvian black and white tarantula

  1. Cyriocosmus ritae 1,8cm body length

    Cyriocosmus ritae 1,8cm body length

    Hi, what do you say guys, male or female?
  2. Cyriocosmus ritae Female - ~2"

    Cyriocosmus ritae Female - ~2"

    Moult confirmed female.
  3. Cyriocosmus ritae Sub-Adult Male

    Cyriocosmus ritae Sub-Adult Male

    Great, perfect spot for a speedy dwarf to make themselves comfortable - directly under the lid.
  4. Cyriocosmus ritae Sub-Adult Female - ~2"

    Cyriocosmus ritae Sub-Adult Female - ~2"

    Had to be quick with this photo, as I have just rehoused this girl into her adult enclosure and she was very nervous. You don't want this species bolting on you.
  5. Cyriocosmus ritae sub-adult male.

    Cyriocosmus ritae sub-adult male.

  6. 1.0 Cyriocosmus ritae MM

    1.0 Cyriocosmus ritae MM

    He hooked out 2 1/2 months ago. Beautiful little guy! ♥
  7. Cyriocosmus ritae Female - 1.25"

    Cyriocosmus ritae Female - 1.25"

    It only took six individuals for me to finally get one female.
  8. Cyriocosmus ritae - 1"+

    Cyriocosmus ritae - 1"+

    I'm thinking this is male, which would make two of my four male... at least.
  9. Cyriocosmus ritae 1,5"

    Cyriocosmus ritae 1,5"

    I'm pretty sure it's a boy, but I'd like to have some confirmation. Please?! ;)
  10. Cyriocosmus ritae Spiderling

    Cyriocosmus ritae Spiderling

    Hoping for a female this time round.
  11. Gotcha!

    Gotcha!

    Finally got a nice pic of my C. ritae sling after its recent moult. :) It's at least 1/2 inch now. :D
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