sling

  1. P. regalis munching

    P. regalis munching

  2. G Pulchra Sling

    G Pulchra Sling

  3. P. Sazimai babe

    P. Sazimai babe

    My T #2! I can’t wait to see it grow up. I know they are a bit harder than A. Geniculata (my 1st) but I’m risking it.
  4. H. sp Colombia lrg. sling one of two

    H. sp Colombia lrg. sling one of two

    I rehoused this one today. This the only species of T that I have two of. This one is #2. This one is growing faster than its other sack mate. My guess is male thinking larger growth because they mature fast? Just a hypothesis. We will see.
  5. Ybyrapora diversipes

    Ybyrapora diversipes

    2nd Instar
  6. Selenotypus Wallace sling

    Selenotypus Wallace sling

    Got some photos of the little one just freshly moulted my big girl has closed off her burrow too so We’ll see in the next week or 2
  7. Brachypelma baumgarteni

    Brachypelma baumgarteni

    New arrival.
  8. Holothele sp. "Dominican Republic" (hobby H. sericea)

    Holothele sp. "Dominican Republic" (hobby H. sericea)

    New arrival.
  9. Poecilotheria subfusca "Lowland"

    Poecilotheria subfusca "Lowland"

    New arrival
  10. Poecilotheria subfusca "Lowland"

    Poecilotheria subfusca "Lowland"

    New arrival
  11. Freshly Molted Grammostola iheringi (2"+)

    Freshly Molted Grammostola iheringi (2"+)

  12. M. Balfouri Slings

    M. Balfouri Slings

    Just 2 pals hanging out and building webs together, while the other 3 dig tunnels.
  13. One year (M.balfouri)

    One year (M.balfouri)

  14. Aphonopelma eutylenum

    Aphonopelma eutylenum

  15. Homoeomma chilensis

    Homoeomma chilensis

  16. 6 months difference comparison

    6 months difference comparison

    Got it at 3/4" sling now its alittle over 2" juvenile in 6 months. Shes already molted like 4 times! A.geniculata white knee
  17. Hamorii injured front left leg

    Hamorii injured front left leg

    Hamorii is in premolt. Can she recover her injured leg?
  18. Chaco

    Chaco

    Missing its one leg can she/he recover? And also is it in a premolt?
  19. Suspect Aphonopelma seemanni

    Suspect Aphonopelma seemanni

    I apologize for the glare. I figured it would be a good time to take a picture with it trying to escape and all. This was given to me by a friend who has no idea what it could be. Anyone good at identifying slings please help so I can give it the best care possible. Suspect aphonopelma seemanni
  20. Suggestion for my P. Miranda

    Suggestion for my P. Miranda

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