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  1. Metacyrba taeniola

    Metacyrba taeniola

    This jumping spider was able to escape the inside of the kritter keeper I had with me but decided to just hang out on the outside of the kritter keeper for a little bit and then went back inside and stayed in/on the kritter keeper for the rest of the time I was bug catching, red black coloration.
  2. T. vagans 2.5 inch female.jpg

    T. vagans 2.5 inch female.jpg

    T. vagans molted yesterday, confirmed female @ 2.5 inches.
  3. Armadillidium klugii Dubrovnik

    Armadillidium klugii Dubrovnik

    A. Dubrovnik High Red Isopod
  4. 1.0 MM P. rufilata Freshly Molted

    1.0 MM P. rufilata Freshly Molted

    I didn't even had him long and he's already a MM. Still nice all around.
  5. H. tamulus 4i

    H. tamulus 4i

  6. Euathlus sp. Red Mature Male

    Euathlus sp. Red Mature Male

    One of three males... the other two are closely behind him. I got him as a 1/4" spiderling in April 2016 - it's taken only two years for him to mature.
  7. Euathlus sp. Red Mature Male

    Euathlus sp. Red Mature Male

    I have been reading the breeding reports and I just don't have the ability to provide a 5-6 degree cooling down area for breeding to be successful.
  8. Euathlus sp. Red Juvenile Female

    Euathlus sp. Red Juvenile Female

    When I purchased this beautiful girl, she was advertised as being 1.5". She has recently moulted and surprised me as coming in at 2.25" before her moult! What a bonus.
  9. Homoeomma chilensis/Euathlus sp. Red Female - 2.25"

    Homoeomma chilensis/Euathlus sp. Red Female - 2.25"

  10. Euathlus sp. Red Juvenile Male

    Euathlus sp. Red Juvenile Male

    When you're forced to move, but you ain't going anywhere without your favourite piece of cork bark.
  11. Euathlus/Homoeomma sp. red

    Euathlus/Homoeomma sp. red

    My little "Flash" is about 1 inch, and because he/she never sits still for pictures when I open the enclosure I had to take this shot through the slightly opaque lid. ;)
  12. Brachypelma albiceps

    Brachypelma albiceps

    Hi guy:) I need you help. This is my very first Tarantula. #1-I got it few month ago and I got #2 last week. Size is about 2". I think #1 is male and #2 is female but I'm not sure... What do you think?
  13. Pandinoides Cavimanus

    Pandinoides Cavimanus

    Sub-adult Female warming up right outside her burrow. Lucky I didn't spook her this time.
  14. A avicularia

    A avicularia

    My favorite little model, so patient.. (damn focus was off by a bit! didnt notice on my phone!)
  15. Euathlus sp. red adult 0.1 doesn't like my face

    Euathlus sp. red adult 0.1 doesn't like my face

    She does this every time I walk by the enclosure.
  16. Euathlus sp. red adult 0.1

    Euathlus sp. red adult 0.1

    Euathlus sp. red adult female - 'Ember'
  17. b.smithy

    b.smithy

  18. A. geroldi sling

    A. geroldi sling

    Avicularia geroldi sling - 'Sherbet'
  19. Ginger- Brazilian Giant Blonde Tarantula

    Ginger- Brazilian Giant Blonde Tarantula

    Pic 3 of my feisty and funny Ginger. Adult, female Nhandu tripepii (vulpinus)
  20. Ginger- Brazilian Giant Blonde Tarantula

    Ginger- Brazilian Giant Blonde Tarantula

    Pic 2 of my feisty and funny Ginger. Adult, female Nhandu tripepii (vulpinus).
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