sp. "panama"

  1. Neischnocolus sp. "Panama"

    Neischnocolus sp. "Panama"

    New suit for Toxin.
  2. Theraphosinae sp. "Panama" [molt sexing]

    Theraphosinae sp. "Panama" [molt sexing]

    ~1-1.5" Theraphosinae sp Panama,heavily leaning female but I'm always unsure :)
  3. 1.0 Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    1.0 Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    Rehoused Sunspot so I thought I'd grab some pics while I was at it.
  4. 1.0 Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    1.0 Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    Rehoused Sunspot so I thought I'd grab some pics while I was at it.
  5. Fangless Theraphosinae sp. Panama Adult Female

    Fangless Theraphosinae sp. Panama Adult Female

    It's been six months that I have been manually feeding this girl and she is still hanging in there. She sure is skinny, though. I'm not sure she will make it through her next moult, but I am not giving up on her.
  6. Fangless Theraphosinae sp. Panama Adult Female

    Fangless Theraphosinae sp. Panama Adult Female

    It's been six months that I have been manually feeding this girl and she is still hanging in there. She sure is skinny, though. I'm not sure she will make it through her next moult, but I am not giving up on her.
  7. Neischnocolus sp. "Panama"

    Neischnocolus sp. "Panama"

    New suit and partially regenerated leg for Toxin.
  8. Neischnocolus sp. Panama Adult Female (formerly Ami)

    Neischnocolus sp. Panama Adult Female (formerly Ami)

  9. 1.0 Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    1.0 Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    Sunspot rocking his new suit.
  10. 1.0 Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    1.0 Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    Sunspot rocking his new suit.
  11. 1.0 Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    1.0 Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    Sunspot rocking his new suit.
  12. 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.
  13. Theraphosinae sp. "Panama" (female)

    Theraphosinae sp. "Panama" (female)

    Spermathecae magnified 40x
  14. Little guy

    Little guy

    sp. panama sling. Just molted last week. Can't wait for it to grow and get it's colors.
  15. Ami sp. "Panama"

    Ami sp. "Panama"

    New suit for Toxin (minus a leg).
  16. Theraphosinae sp. Panama No Fangs

    Theraphosinae sp. Panama No Fangs

    This girl lost her fangs in her last moult and here she is drinking her bug soup. I've removed her water dish, so this is her only option. It seems to be working and her abdomen is getting a bit bigger. I hope that I can get her to her next moult.
  17. Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    Theraphosinae sp. "Panama"

    Sunspot being all pretty and stuff.
  18. Ami sp. "Panama"

    Ami sp. "Panama"

    New suit for Toxin.
  19. 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. :)
  20. Theraphosinae sp. 'Panama'

    Theraphosinae sp. 'Panama'

    Sunspot rocking his new suit
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