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  1. Hapalopus sp. "colombia" "large"

    Tarantula Hapalopus sp. "colombia" "large"

    From the wikipedia page. Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Subphylum: Chelicerata Class: Arachnida Order: Araneae Infraorder: Mygalomorphae Family: Theraphosidae Genus: Hapalopus Hapalopus is a genus of spiders in the Theraphosidae family. It was first described in...
  2. 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?
  3. 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.
  4. Thrixopelma sp. Blue Unsexed

    Thrixopelma sp. Blue Unsexed

    Freshly moulted, leggy, little tyke.
  5. Grammostola sp. Concepcion - 2"

    Grammostola sp. Concepcion - 2"

    I was sure that he was male, but then I saw this. Was hoping to get some feedback, please.
  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. Theraphosinae sp. Panama Juvenile Female

    Theraphosinae sp. Panama Juvenile Female

    Freshly moulted and looking fabulous!! Plus, there is no image gallery for Theraphosinae.
  9. Heterometrus sp.

    Heterometrus sp.

    First time I catch her out drinking.
  10. Avicularia sp. Colombia Juvenile Male

    Avicularia sp. Colombia Juvenile Male

  11. Avicularia sp. Colombia Juvenile Female

    Avicularia sp. Colombia Juvenile Female

  12. 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.
  13. 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.
  14. G. sp Northern Gold

    G. sp Northern Gold

    Northern Gold in it's habitat.
  15. IMG_0760 (1)

    IMG_0760 (1)

    Heterometrus sp. (juvenile)
  16. P_20160203_122058[1]

    P_20160203_122058[1]

    Haplopelma Sp. Possibly Longpipes but I know it was sold to me as "Vietnamese Tiger Bird Eater" from the Local Pet Store's supplier. Unknown Sex.
  17. Serradigitus sp

    Serradigitus sp

    unknown desert species
  18. 20160128_175539

    20160128_175539

    Sicarius Sp.
  19. Eupolybothrus spp.

    Eupolybothrus spp.

  20. Avicularia sp. "Ecuador"

    Tarantula Avicularia sp. "Ecuador"

    From the Wikipedia entry. Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Subphylum: Chelicerata Class: Arachnida Order: Araneae Infraorder: Mygalomorphae Family: Theraphosidae Genus: Avicularia Avicularia is a genus of the family Theraphosidae containing various species of...
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